When working overseas, deciding what to do with your finances can become a difficult decision. Learning to build personal wealth should be a number one priority at any point in a person’s life. If you are sitting on a nest egg, or you are looking to invest some of your salary, a common question around the expat community has been, How can I invest my money here?
The KOSPI has risen 8.07% year-on-year, making it an attractive market to invest in
So who is a good candidate for retaining a financial planner? People just starting their careers and developing spending and saving habits and goals that will affect them for the rest of their lives; when they’re going through a major life change like divorce, death of a spouse, birth of a child, starting a business, major career change, etc.; and when they’re planning their retirement income.
Lee recommends investing in the Korean market, as the market has performed much better than the U.S., Japanese or even European markets in the past few years.
People should focus on Korean funds and securities as they are growing, and the market is still emerging, he says.
- Retirement annuity/pension
- Insurance planning
- Investment planning
- Tax planning
- Open Saving account(CMA, MMF)
- Beneficiary certificate(Fund)
- Stocks and mutual fund account
- Variable Insurance, Health, Annuity, Auto&Fire Insurance
- Free consulting!
If you are looking for financial consultations, you can reach Jimi at
During his rare moments of free time from the financial world, Jimi is also co-founder and lead guitarist of popular local band, Lady Goodman. Guitar lessons are negotiable with the financial services, jokes Jimi.