Use Asset Management to Maximize Your Retirement Opportunities

Asset ManagementSaving up for retirement requires more than a friendly relationship with your local bank manager. Your asset management firm requires international access.

If you don’t manage your assets properly, you may as well throw them out the window. Building a viable estate that will last you through your retirement or earn money that you can pass on to your survivors is a difficult task. If you don’t create favorable conditions for your assets to thrive in, these tasks become nearly impossible.

Engineering an Optimal Situation

So how does one go about improving their chances of fiscal success? Creating wealth isn’t a simple thing, especially considering the fact that many investors live in countries where regulatory hurdles and legal inconveniences prevent them from maximizing the returns they can obtain from their investments.

Many intelligent investors seek asset management opportunities in overseas locations such as Belize. Opening up offshore accounts and banking with them in such locations is a much better way to earn money while benefiting from dynamic yet legal market opportunities.

Major Market Differences

A number of the issues that prevent you from generating wealth in your home country aren’t even legislative. For instance, many banks, investment firms and asset fund management groups in the U.S. group their accounts in order to profit from larger transaction volumes. While this strategy makes sense with regular savings accounts, it doesn’t benefit larger asset accounts as much, and it may even harm their profitability. Overseas bankers, on the other hand, provide conveniences like fully segregated accounts. Notably, they also make it simpler to invest in a wider range of markets and economic contracts.

For instance, your local asset manager could very easily decide to limit your investment choices to a few select foreign exchange currency pairs. They may do this for no other reason than the fact that it’s more convenient for them to work with these currencies, but if they don’t include the pairs you’re really interested in purchasing, you’ll be inconvenienced. The wider range of clientele that uses offshore private banks, however, means that these institutions are more likely to provide you with access to the futures, options, commodities and international stock markets you really want to participate in.

Unique Investment Opportunities

Offshore private banking also gives you access to up-and-coming firms who have new products for you to invest in. Although there are definitely ways to find these opportunities stateside, their limited availability can make them less lucrative there.

Finally, remember that many offshore banking and investment firms provide asset management services that are perfectly tailored towards your age. If you plan to retire in a foreign country where the cost of living is cheaper, it only makes sense that you’d want to invest your money in private banks in the region. Doing so may ensure that your assets remain more accessible in addition to staying as profitable as possible.

Offshore private banks in Belize and other countries serve as ideal investment institutions for retirees. A number of factors make it easier and more lucrative to invest in these nations. Favorable legal rules, wider institutional access to international markets and proximity to popular retirement areas all play their own part in attracting investors and ensuring that they enjoy a much broader range of opportunities than they might access in their home countries. Unlike many offshore private banks, however, Belizean institutions benefit from legal validity and a close working relationship with the legitimate investment options and markets their patrons rely on to generate lasting wealth.

About this author

Caye International Bank Limited (CIBL) was granted an Unrestricted "A" Class International Banking License on September 29th, 2003 by the Central Bank of Belize and is regulated by the Central Bank of Belize which set the standards for liquidity and capital adequacy.