Tuesday 2 November @ 7pm
*Registration starts @ 6:30pm
Four Points by Sheraton
5990 Green Valley Circle
RSVP REQUIRED: Register Now!
It has been a confusing year in global investment markets with rises and falls on the back of conflicting information. Is it safe to re-enter the markets or is there more volatility ahead?
Amongst the chaos the Australian property market has been a shining example of stability and performance but will this continue?
In our 4th Annual Market Update we will uncover the driving forces in the world today and how they will influence our lives in the coming year.
Join us at this free seminar to find out:
• Is the worst of the Global Financial Crisis behind us?
• Why are markets remaining nervous and is it safe yet to return as an investor?
• The effect of the Australian election on the economy.
• Can the Australian property prices continue their current growth trends.
• The influences affecting global stock markets and currencies.
About the Presenter:
Mr Steve Douglas is the co founder and Managing Director of Australasian Taxation Services (ATS) and Chairman of SMATS Group.
This annual seminar event is presented in over a dozen cities each year and has become an important insight into the year ahead for many seeking answers to what is occurring in Australia and how it impacts their lives whilst living abroad.
Steve is a regular presenter on the unique taxation advantages offered to investors, expatriates and migrants and will cover the budget issues affecting the general economy and taxation system.
Steve wrote the book “The Australian Expat – The Luckiest Person on Earth” which is a concise reference for expatriate tax planning and financial management.
In 2005 Steve founded aussieproperty.com which has become a leading independent source of information for overseas based Australian property investors. A Not for Profit enterprise, aussieproperty.com has over 8,000 signed in members and welcomes over 20,000 unique visitors to the site each month as they seek to keep up to date with events affecting their Australian property holdings.
He began his career with Ernst & Young in 1984 and established a private taxation practise in 1988 specialising in small business taxation and management. In 1995 he established Australasian Taxation Services, originally in Singapore, a dedicated Australian Taxation Firm specialising in Expatriates, Intended Migrants and offshore Based Investors.
In 2009 he was recognised as one of the leading 50 Australians in Asia and invited to attend the Asia 50 Summit by Advance. He is a Fellow of the Taxation Institute of Australia and a Registered Tax Agent.