Why choose FinGlobal?We offer a full suite of financial services for South African emigrants which ensures optimal payouts over a shorter period than other providers and we provide better exchange rates than commercial banks.
We offer a full suite of financial services for South African emigrants which ensures optimal payouts over a shorter period than other providers and we provide better exchange rates than commercial banks. And of course everything is fully compliant.
- speed: using our services means you’ll have your money faster
- cost: no up-front payment required
- compliance: we’re a licensed financial services provider and SARB approved foreign exchange intermediary
- expertise: our team includes certified international financial planners, lawyers, chartered accountants, tax specialists and bankers providing expertise in all areas of cross-border finance
- confidentiality: your information remains private and is protected by the strictest security measures
- convenience: we take care of the whole process, provide signature ready, completed documentation and all our services can be rendered remotely
- value: we provide highly competitive exchange rates
- efficiency: we boast a 100% success rate with over 13 000 clients in 80 different countries.
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- Residency: Normal place of residence of a natural person.
- Citizenship: The type of passport that an individual holds which allows them legal rights under a certain country, whether single, dual or multiple. Citizenship is acquired by birth, ancestry, or naturalisation.
- Emigration: Exiting your country of residence to reside in another country.
- Financial emigration: Becoming a financial non-resident of your previous country and a financial resident of a new country. This does not affect your citizenship.
- Life assured: The person insured on a policy.
- Policyholder/owner: The legal owner of the policy.
- Cession: A policy is ceded (signed over) for security or collateral purposes to a bank or legal entity.
- Cessionary: The new legal owner to whom the policy is signed over.
- Cancelled cession: Once a cession is cancelled the policy reverts back to the client who becomes the legal owner of the policy again.
- Change of ownership: Changing the legal owner of a unit trust investment.