Connecting across the Asia Pacific Region

We have spent the last 6 years in the Asia Pacific Region in several senior roles with ANZ. Tony has worked and lived in Indonesia, Vietnam and most recently Hong Kong, and over the past 3 years led businesses across the Asia Pacific Region including Europe and America.

This experience has led Tony in establishing AAP Financial Solutions and AAP Business Advisory Solutions with the purpose of assisting personal and business clients operating across the Asia Pacific Region.

Tony not only knows Asia, but has the contacts and local business knowledge to help clients establish themselves in the Region. Give Tony a call on 0417 087 187 should you wish to discuss this further.

We understand what it means to be an Australian ex-pat

Australians love to travel, it is built in our DNA when in our late teens or early twenties we took off to the far reaches of the world. Our experiences shape us and once we have the urge to travel and learn more, so does our workplace. We are connected by the internet and in particular influenced by social media, giving us opportunities to work across regions our parents and their generations only dreamt of.

At AAP Financial Services our people understand this and they have spent significant time overseas whether that is working as an ex-pat or being born and raised outside of Australia. We bring many aspects of language, culture and understanding, and helping you understand the complexities of global finance.

As a current ex-pat, or an overseas investor purchasing property in Australia, we are here to help, because we have been there ourselves. If you wish to set up a Skype or FaceTime  call (Apple Mac Only) please let us know and we would be happy to assist in helping with your financial objectives.

Given out international insights we know the business world has changed

Today we live in a changing world, and for businesses to expand and grow, no matter how big or small, or what products and services they offer, they must now compete globally. What do we mean by this given you might be a business where you have a local target market?

To answer this question firstly have a think about what might be happening in your business environment today:

  1. Where is the stock you are selling manufactured?
  2. Is your business competing with overseas on-line retailers that can sell comparative products at lower prices?
  3. Are you finding new markets via the use of social media which go beyond our borders?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above questions then you are competing in an international market. Your next step should be to contact us as we know markets in the Asia Pacific Region that many of our lenders don’t understand.