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07th June 2012

Lloyds TSB International has announced that with immediate effect it is to no longer charge expats for international money transfers. Existing customers with the international arm of Lloyds will immediately benefit from the change, which has come into effect without delay. It will also prove to be read more ...

07th June 2012

The executive body of the European Union (EU) wants to integrate banking regulations to ensure that should another financial crisis arise, the burden on the taxpayer will be limited. Deeper economic integration will be achieved through a banking union, which the European Commission considers one of read more ...

06th June 2012

Michael Werner, a major German art collector and dealer, has made an extensive donation to the Musee d'Art Moderne in Paris. Mr Werner has gifted 130 pieces of art in total, which includes works by Marcel Broodthaers, James Lee Byars, Gaston Chaissac, Andre Derain, Otto Freundlich, Etienne-Martin, read more ...

02nd June 2012

Moving homes within a city or town in itself can be a major event. Moving across the country adds to the scale of the effort. It comes as no surprise, then, that moving abroad is a significantly momentous endeavour, with a whole new dynamic attached to it. There are lots of things to think over and read more ...

02nd June 2012

Brits moving to Europe or a country where the population speaks a different language will benefit from familiarising themselves with the lingo before jetting off. According to Lindsay de Feliz, marketing manager at Expat Focus, in order to make the most of the experience of living in a foreign read more ...

02nd June 2012

Hong Kong's history stretches back many, many years, but its British connection is rather recent, arguably beginning with the First Anglo-Chinese War (1839-42). In defeat, the Qing Dynasty of China, at the Treaty of Nanking, along with other costs, ceded Hong Kong to the British. After the Second read more ...

02nd June 2012

As the final celebrations of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee get underway, expats from all over the world are preparing their own festivities. The historic event, which commemorates Queen Elizabeth II's 60-year reign as the nominal head of state, has captivated the hearts and minds of people all over read more ...

31st May 2012

Many intellectuals, artists and musicians have settled in Paris over the years, inspired by the beauty of the city and the collection of likeminded folk, interspersed between the hustle and the bustle, in cafes, restaurants, and dinky little clubs. Paris: iconic, starry-eyed, and historical, with a read more ...

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