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AES International advises expatriate clients worldwide on all financial planning matters including retirement planning, offshore bank accounts, savings and investment, insurance, pension transfers and generating income, from wealth accumulated, to support retirement.

Transfer QROPS Company – Change QROPS Company

If you’re looking to change QROPS company or QROPS trustees or if you’re just not happy with what you have been getting in terms of advice on your QROPS, contact us today for a fee-free, initial meeting. As fee-based international advisers we're always available to provide a free of charge, ‘QROPS...

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Four Effective Wealth Management Strategies

Taking control of your money is essential to securing a long term future. In the 90’s the term ‘wealth management’ was first coined. Financial institutions provide consultation to their wealthiest clients. This trend continues today. Let’s have a look at four distinct wealth management strategies that allow you to effectively...

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Expat Life Insurance – Expat Income Protection – Is Your Family Covered?

Expats tend to be great at sorting out their investments and pensions whilst working overseas on an expat or international contract. However, what they tend to be really bad at is arranging adequate Life Insurance should they die prematurely, leaving a family behind, or Income Protection should they get ill or...

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Best QROPS, Best QROPS Providers, Best QROPS Jurisdiction

What Are the Benefits of arranging a QROPS with AES International? If you’re a British expat, you’ll know how important it is to consider your options fully when looking at your pension. Many of our overseas clients have chosen to transfer to a Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS) as there...

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Independent Advice on QROPS

Why It’s Important to Get Independent Advice on QROPS QROPS – a Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme – can be a valuable tax planning tool for British expats who are now permanently resident overseas, or planning on living overseas for five years or more. QROPS legislation is complicated, but in essence,...

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How will EU Referendum affect provisions such as QROPS?

How will the EU Referendum affect provisions such as QROPS? It’s the question on the lips of many British expats living elsewhere in the European Union – if the UK votes to leave the EU on 23rd June, how will that affect the Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS) arrangements? QROPS came...

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