Being an American living overseas comes with many benefits, but also some challenges, particularly when you are looking for investment advice for Americans in the UK.

So, we’ve created this resource to help you navigate the complexities.

London & Capital have had a dedicated team looking after international American families since 1989. We are one of the few wealth managers who actively welcome US clients and are both SEC (US) and FCA (UK) regulated which means we are uniquely positioned to assist global US families with their wealth planning, investment management and compliance reporting across all of their assets.

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Five important considerations ahead of the US Tax Year End

Five important considerations ahead of the US Tax Year End

For Americans living in the UK, financial planning and wealth management is complex. It affects everything from income and capital gains, to pension saving and gifting, and it must consider different regulations, tax calendars and currencies. Robert Paul, Head of the US Family Office, explains five things that Americans in […]

The US Culture of Giving

The US Culture of Giving

Philanthropy is a well-known part of US culture. For US citizens living abroad, charitable giving has a number of pitfalls that require careful consideration and planning. For many Americans, charitable giving forms part of their way of life. Whether it is through regular donations to their alma mater or funding […]

Don’t delay: The new non-dom rules and you

Don’t delay: The new non-dom rules and you

If you’re a UK non-domicile person who has been living in the UK for the long term, time is running out to ensure any non-UK affairs are in order. Following a change to legislation in late 2017, anyone who has lived in the UK for 15 out of 20 years […]

The US expat guide to the UK tax year end

The US expat guide to the UK tax year end

Another US tax year may have come to a close, but for Americans living in the UK this means it is time to put things in order for 5 April. As we approach the end of the UK tax year, here are four things Americans in the UK need to […]