British wealth manager St. James’s Place (SJP) has signed an agreement to offer wealth management advice to Expatland Global Network’s clients in Singapore.

Expatland Global Network is a firm that offer support for expats across the globe.  It is made up of Expatland teams (E-Teams), which handle issues relevant to the location and its people.

Currently, its E-Teams are active in Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Los Angeles, London and Singapore.

SJP in a statement said: “Being part of the Expatland Global Network allows us to contribute to supporting expats who are navigating challenges on their own.

“We are excited to be part of the Singapore E-Team and we are committed to helping expatriates manage their wealth in a way that reflects their personal circumstances.”

Expatland Global Network founder John Marcarian said: “Whether an expatriate is relocating to Singapore or repatriating, St James’s Place delivers comprehensive and specialist planning with expert wealth management advice.

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“We are delighted to have St James’s Place onboard the Expatland Global Network.”

In March this year, SJP reported an annual pre-tax profit of £186.1m in 2017, a surge of 32% compared to £140.6m reported a year ago.

Founded in 1991, SJP provides face-to-face wealth management advice to individuals, companies and trustees.

In 1997, it was listed on the London Stock Exchange and is said to have more than £100.6bn of client funds under management.