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  1. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    I’m a Spanish resident and I’ve been looking at methods to invest in shares (Spanish & European). I am not interested in any that require a 720 return. The two options are either via a bank or a dedicated share trading account. My preference is for a bank as really, I don’t anything about the...
  2. New Zealand Expat Forum for Expats Living in NZ
    I am trying to sell a UK share (Vectura) in NZ. I no longer have a UK bank account and I hold the share certificate in paper form. I filled in around 10 forms to get share trading with ANZ who told me they could do this for me and then wouldn't.
  3. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    Firstly, please feel free to tell me this is the kind of thing I need to ask a tax advisor. In an English speaking country I would go through the literature myself, but in France I fear it might just not be possible with my current language skills. Could anyone tell me if France treats share...
  4. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    G'day mates! I have left Australia to live in France last August. I would like to know if some already manage to open trading accounts and/or sell ASX shares from overseas. It seems complicated to have the ID certified in English from France and some banks would just refuse to open a trading...
  5. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    I'm planning to get an investor number and start online trading of securities on the DFM. Does anyone have experience with the brokers here? What I'm looking for specifically is a good online platform as I'll be only trading online, good customer service/response and any other charges applicable...
  6. Expat Tax
    After receiving some very useful, free advice on tax on this forum, I have a new query: The facts: I work in the UK and I am currently being awarded some stock options in the Swedish parent company ahead of an IPO in 1-2 years. I paid for the options, so no tax is due on them now. However...
  7. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    I would like to contact any investors who live in Spain simply to 'chew the fat' about companies on their way up and on the way down. I am not selling anything and I do not want anything sold to me. I just feel investing is quite a lonely business and it would be quite pleasant to exchange...
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