Join Jason Hartman as he interviews Josh VanDyk, investment adviser located in the Cayman Islands, about life in the Cayman Islands, where there are nearly 600 banks and trust companies, including 43 of the world’s 50 largest banks. Jason and Josh discuss the scrutiny by the U.S. government, the reasons people wish to invest offshore, and some of the best options and advantages for going offshore.

They also talk about the necessity and risks of asset protection, addressing different mechanisms for moving the assets out of your name and how to access it. Josh explains the various types of products available for international investors. Due to so many regulations in the U.S., hedge funds, mutual funds, etc, find it too expensive and too tedious to do business in the United States, so many funds are tailored for international investing. Jason and Josh also explore the reasons why so many people are taking their IRAs offshore and what is involved in doing so.

Joshua VanDyk specializes in offshore hedge funds, portfolio/asset management, foreign currencies, natural resources, precious metals, and brokerage. His services assist in raising financial capital for IPO’s, private placement and investment banking. After completing studies at Michigan State University he moved to Chicago, and began working as a licensed broker in the futures and currency markets. He spent four years in GFT’s private client group advising clients on futures and currencies markets. He went on to obtain his Series 7 license for stocks, bonds and options trading and began working in the active trader group at TradeStation Securities.

During this time, he developed many relationships with major investment banks, trading companies, and Hedge Funds. He has kept close contact with the analysts, traders and investment bankers of Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sax, Man Investments, RJ Obrien, Saxo bank, GFT Forex, and Credit Suisse, to name a few. Currently residing in Grand Cayman, he has become one of the top Investment Advisors. He provides asset management, brokerage, and investment banking services to both corporations and affluent individuals.

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