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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

[INDUSTRY NEWS] Expat Guide for Finding Jobs Overseas

Many countries throughout the world are ideal for expatriates. Job opportunities exist everywhere, all it takes is a little know-how and some expertise to find them. Before you make the decision to take the leap and pursue a job outside your home country, there are several factors to consider beforehand. If an international organization provides you the opportunity to work abroad, then most likely they will help you to make a smooth transition overseas. However, if you are seeking a job overseas on your own, then you should be prepared to do some considerable research.

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Monday, July 28, 2014

Clements GlobalInsight Summer Edition - Out Now!

The Summer issue of GlobalInsight, Clements Worldwide's quarterly publication for company news, industry developments and insurance market intelligence, is now available. 

Click here to read more and become a subscriber for the latest updates. 

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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Clements President Chris Beck Discusses Geopolitical Risk on CCTV and BNN

Chris Beck, President of Clements Worldwide, yesterday joined leading international broadcasters in conversations to discuss how organizations can protect themselves against geopolitical and other risks. 

In a segment on CCTV's "Biz Asia America", Chris shared insights about the potential business impact of the FAA's recent ban on flights to Israel in light of current violence in the region and how organizations can plan for these types of scenarios.

In a conversation with BNN, Canada's leading financial news network, he discussed the potential financial impact on businesses affected by current geopolitical turmoil. 

To read more about this article and additional resources, visit the Risk Management Resources section

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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Clements joins American Security Project to discuss recent Iraq developments and risk management strategies

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On July 16, Dante Disparte, Clements US Managing Director, and Smita Malik, Assistant Vice President of Programs and Special Risks, joined a panel of experts at the American Security Project to discuss the latest political developments in Iraq and how individuals and organizations can best protect themselves while operating in the region. 

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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

[INDUSTRY NEWS] How to Rent Out Your Home while Working Abroad

Renting out your residence while you are abroad is a cost-effective way to bring in some extra income while making sure your home is being cared for. Being both an expat and a landlord can be tricky, so there are several steps that you can take ahead of time to make the process smoother. Read more...

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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

[INDUSTRY NEWS] Four Steps to Manage Money for Expats while Working Abroad

While money management is important, living and working abroad can put additional stress on your personal finances if you’re not prepared ahead of time. If you are currently living overseas, you should start planning your money management strategy immediately to ensure that you - and your family - have the funds needed to live comfortably.

With that in mind, here are four steps to better manage your finances while working abroad...Read More

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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

[INDUSTRY NEWS] Work Opportunities Available for Expats in Unexpected Locations

If you are planning on moving overseas in search of a new job, you might have your eyes set on a country like the United Kingdom, Australia or the United Arab Emirates. However, expats all across the country are finding work opportunities in places that are more underdeveloped than their home country.

With that in mind, you may want to look for work in countries that may not have previously been at the top of your list. However, before doing so, make sure you have proper international insurance coverage. No matter where your host nation is located, you'll want coverage to ensure financial stability in case something does go wrong.

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