Yasmine Abou Elnasr

Senior Associate

About

Yasmine specialises in Financial Planning and Wealth & Estate Management for expatriates around the world.

Yasmine’s utmost aim is to continuously deliver excellent client servicing; one of the best feelings, she says, is when clients thank Yasmine for helping them reach their goals. She believes that we all can reach our goals – as long as we take care of our financial health and allow the experts, like her, to help achieve them!

Being Swedish – as well as having roots in Arabia and England – Yasmine understands the importance of seeing each client as a unique individual with their own set of needs and goals. With extensive education and work experience in the international financial markets, Yasmine has a real passion for helping people to find optimised solutions that are both tax-efficient and profit-generating.

Skills and expertise

    • Bachelor, Business Administration, Umeå University, 2010, Sweden
    • Business Management, Ecole de Management de Marseille, 2009, France
    • CISI Qualifications and Certificate in International Wealth Management, 2013, UAE
  • Besides her passion for helping people through her work, Yasmine loves to read. She has her own goal of owning her very own library one day! This passion for books goes hand in hand with her passion for travelling and discovering the world – as books allow us all to visit imaginable places!

    She also enjoys basketball, swimming and spending time with her family.

    Her favourite quote is:

    Be the change that you wish to see in the world.

    – Mahatma Gandi
  • “Yasmine is the consummate professional who is very driven by satisfying her clients’ objectives and bulletproofing their financial futures. I would recommend Yasmine as Financial Consultant in the off-shore sector. She is also fluent in Arabic, English and Swedish.” – Nick T.

     

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