For more than 200 years, our independence and expertise has looked after the interests of entrepreneurs, professionals, families and charities.
Your family is unique. It needs a unique set of services to help it reach its full potential.
We support those with US connections, all over the world.
Why is it so difficult for US citizens to invest while living in the UK?
If you're an American living outside of the US, you'll soon encounter difficulties obtaining investment advice or even banking services. This sets out the problems - and potential solutions
We have designed our service to fit around your needs
You may have to file a US tax return and you don't even know it
Americans living overseas can face difficulties when it comes to tax reporting and accessing investment support. We have looked at how many people this impacts and why.
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American overseas? From FATCA and FBAR to IRAs and PFIC – all US expat jargon explained
US citizens at home and overseas face unique challenges around tax and investments. Here's the terminology you're likely to encounter - explained in plain English
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Podcast: What we've learned: helping international Americans invest their wealth
Helen Burggraf, co-founder of American Expat Financial News, speaks to Schroders’ Martin Heale and Janette Saxer about the problems facing international US investors.
Our minimum sum for investment management
Our services start at £1 million or currency equivalent for discretionary services or £10 million or currency equivalent for advisory services.
The value of an investment and the income from it may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount originally invested.