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rory
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Financial adviser?

Post by rory » Fri, 03 Mar 2006 10:45 am

Can anyone recommend a financial adviser or accountant experienced in expat matters? I have a number of British pension funds I have been advised to move offshore and I need someone to tell me more. The only thing that the financial advisers at my bank are interested in is selling mutual funds with huge commissions.

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Re: Financial adviser?

Post by ehuat » Fri, 17 Mar 2006 3:54 pm

[quote="rory"]Can anyone recommend a financial adviser or accountant experienced in expat matters? I have a number of British pension funds I have been advised to move offshore and I need someone to tell me more. The only thing that the financial advisers at my bank are interested in is selling mutual funds with huge commissions.[/quote]

Hello,

I knew a lady from a financial institution who has the expertise on this area. She helps many expats like yourself to solve such issues. Let me know how we can help.

Sincerely
ehuat

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Post by kawaguchi » Sat, 18 Mar 2006 1:13 am

I just private messaged you too. Check it out in yr inbox.
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Re: Financial adviser?

Post by fx8fx » Sat, 18 Mar 2006 12:36 pm

rory wrote:Can anyone recommend a financial adviser or accountant experienced in expat matters? I have a number of British pension funds I have been advised to move offshore and I need someone to tell me more. The only thing that the financial advisers at my bank are interested in is selling mutual funds with huge commissions.
:) the financial advisers at my bank are interested in is selling mutual funds with huge commissions.


Yes, that's the major profit of lot's of bankers .

so except you trade for yourself, it's hard to avoid such issue.

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