Four Investment & QROPS Top Tips For Expats – In 60 Seconds

If you're an expatiate and thinking about making an international investment or starting a QROPS on the back of advice provided by an international financial adviser, before you do, spend 60 seconds reading this. It may save you a lot of time and money. UK regulated adviser, Russell Hammond FPFS ,...

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Financial Advice for Expats and Internationals in Antigua & Barbuda

If you're an expat, living in Antigua & Barbuda, and looking for high quality, professional financial advice on your investments, pensions or insurance, drop us a line to see how we can help you. Having advised expatriates, around the world now for more than 15 years, we've set the standard...

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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 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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Gold – Will Go Down Before Going Back Up and Setting New Highs in 2012

We are strong supporters of the Gold story. However, like all assets it never goes up in a simple straight line. We predict that Gold will end 2012 much higher than where it currently is. However, in 2012 it will likely go lower, perhaps much lower than where it is now, by...

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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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China Trade Growth Slows to 2-Year Lows in December

Many are looking upon China to 'drag' the world economy out of the doldrums, however, data released on Thursday shows that China's exports and imports grew at their slowest pace in more than two years in December as foreign and domestic demand slowed. Some argue that this, ultimately, is of benefit...

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Modern Portfolio Theory In Action

Modern Portfolio Theory makes a preposition that diff assets move in different (some say opposing) directions particularly when markets experience periods of high volatility. However during extreme periods of vol we will often see all assets move down in unison -e.g post 2008 crisis. However, once markets get over the shock...

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