Editorial Policy

Expat Briefing is a leading worldwide expatriate news and information publisher and based in the UK. Our contributors, authors and editors include experienced professionals both in the UK and abroad.

We feel it is important for us to make clear our editorial policy and our responsibilities to readers and build trust by adhering to these values.


Expat Briefing is non-political although we are, unsurprisingly, pro-offshore. This is reflected in the tone that we use to describe the suitability of jurisdictions for expatriates including their beneficial tax and legal regimes.

Expat Briefing will not endorse any political party at elections, but may reference individuals based in their stance on principles that affect expatriates.


Expat Briefing respects the rights of people of all religions and none. We do not hold any bias in favour of one particular religious group or another.


We offer an unreserved right of reply to all people referred to in news stories. In the event that we have made an error, these are corrected as soon as we are notified of mistakes.

If you believe that an article is in breach of one of the above policies, then you should immediately contact the news editor in the first instance by emailing administrator@wolterskluwerbsi.com.

Comments on articles are retrospectively moderated. If you believe that the information contained within the comments is inaccurate, you should immediately contact administrator@wolterskluwerbsi.com with the relevant details relating to your complaint.

Expat Briefing is unable to accept complaints via telephone as they must be in writing. We will remove inappropriate or inaccurate comments as soon as possible.

If you are dissatisfied with our response, you may refer the matter in writing to our Managing Director at Creative Media Centre, 45 Robertson Street, Hastings, East Sussex, TN34 1HL.