UK Pension Transfers & Brexit (again)

We have processed more UK pension transfers in the last 9 months than we have done in the previous three years.  As we near the 1st January when the UK will leave the EU, more and more individuals are seeking advise with regard to bringing their UK pension accounts...

Taking My Own Advice

My daily work involves assessing, making recommendations, giving advice or just an opinion on a particular matter.  Quite often I am asked what I would do or perhaps have done myself in a similar situation.  For the most part I usually happy to share my own...

Some Pension Do’s and Don’ts

Making sure you have enough money to provide for your retirement can be a daunting task.  Many people don’t know where to start, often putting this off until later life.  The following is a short list of a few do’s and don’ts regardless of where you are on your...

Ranked – Best and Worst State Pensions

The following is an interesting link to the best and worst State pensions from a number of jurisdictions across the world. Very interestingly, Ireland ranks highest amongst the 37 countries compared for Adequacy for our State pension, i.e. the level of pension for...

Covid-19 Office Hours

We are open. Financial Services has been classed by the Government as an essential service.  During any period of restricted movement we are available during normal office hours and outside of this by request. We can be contacted by phone, email and facilitate...

UK Pension Transfers & Brexit

UK Pension Transfers to Ireland As we continue to get more and more enquiries from people living in Ireland who once lived in the UK and still hold pension accounts back in the UK, an appropriate section of the exit agreement is as follows: S127 of the agreement of...

New Investment Offer

As an alternative to bank deposits, we have a new short term 12 month investment scheme.  This is specifically designated short term, paying 2.00% interest, with the added advantage that your money is available on demand, without notice nor penalty. For full details...

Market Comment 30/01/2017

The dollar fell on Monday, nudged off a one-week high against a basket of currencies after Treasury yields declined on data showing the U.S. economy growing more slowly than expected. Underlying concerns over U.S. President’s Donald Trump’s protectionist...

Market Comment 17/01/2017

FTSE extends losses ahead of May speech, Europe lower too. European shares fell on Tuesday, weighed by miners and autos, as markets awaited details of Britain’s Brexit position in a late morning speech by Prime Minister Theresa May. The pan-European STOXX .STOXX...

Market Comment 05/01/2017

Dollar falls after unimpressive U.S. labour data as yuan surges. The dollar lost ground against the yen and euro on Thursday after U.S. unemployment data failed to reverse a downtrend that followed some of the biggest gains on record for China’s yuan. A rise in...

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This