Got an Old Mutual International EIB / CIB? No Financial Adviser?

For one reason or another, you may have lost contact with your international financial adviser and, as such, are eager to ensure that your investment bond continues to be proactively managed. Operating on a totally global basis, we will happily take over the management of any international investment bond or savings plan as...

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Financial Advice for Expats in Holland

If you are living, and working, in The Netherlands and looking for advice on retirement planning, savings and investments, mortgage or insurance needs we would be delighted to meet with you to understand how we may be able to help you. Perhaps you have lost contact with your adviser or would...

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Could P.A.G.E. Set Silver & Gold Up for New Highs?

With the opening of the Pan Asia Gold Exchange (PAGE) smaller, retail, investors in China now have the ability to buy Gold and Silver over the internet. An estimated 320 million retail and 2.7 million corporate customers in China will now be able to use their local, Renminbi, to buy these...

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Financial Advice for Oil and Gas Workers

Having worked with thousands of Oil and Gas workers worldwide, for many years, we know what you are looking for when it comes to addressing your financial affairs such as planning for retirement, children's future university costs, getting money in the bank working harder or simply putting money away, in a tax efficient environment, whilst you...

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Oil to Hit $200 a Barrel?

With the continuing esculation of tensions with Iran over it's Nuclear ambitions some commentators are anticpating that if traffic flowing through the Strait of Hormuz, where some 35% of the world's seaborne oil shipments and at least 18% of daily global crude shipments pass through, is interrupted to the point of the strait...

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Holding Physical Gold? Maybe You Should Consider Doing So

Holding physical Gold/Silver/Other precious metals may come in very handy, in the future, if you should need to use a physical asset to pay for a good or service. Of course, major currency collapse is unlikely, however, just like taking out an insurance policy for an unlikely life event; holding some...

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Euro Continues Decline – Should We Be Surprised?

The Euro continues to fall against the USD, however, should we be surprised? Not withstanding the issues surrounding the current Euro debt issues - currencies will often revert back to what is known as the PPP or 'Price Power Parity'. In simple terms this is the buying power that one currency will have against...

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