This week onÂ Mike's Gringo LifeÂ Mike talks with some expats living in Panama. Jim Grover moved his family to Panama City Panama several years ago and describes life there with his wife and son. Jim moved from the North East where he'd worked in the financial sector and thought he'd retire to Panama. However, after several months of relaxation, he decided to take on some part time work and teamed up withÂ Caye Bank and Peter ZipperÂ to talk with expats living in Panama about their banking and financial services needs. Jim talks about life as an expat but also the financial services sector so strong in Panama.
Mike then interviews some representatives of BUPA insurance, the carrier that Mike and his family use for overseas medical insurance. Â The product has several options for clients and expats and they are explored by the companies representatives. Having insurance coverage while living overseas is a vital piece of the expat puzzle.
In the final segment, Mike interviews the Willis', an American couple living in Panama who have been on theÂ showÂ several times in their expat career. Mike and Nancy Willis share lots of stories about life in Panama and their adjustments.
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