deVere Group, one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations, has been setting news agendas throughout June.
deVere has once again been featured in the international, national, regional and local media worldwide countless times in recent weeks. Here is just a flavour of deVere Group’s coverage in June 2014:
The results of a deVere survey which focused on the past investing mistakes of high net worth individuals before they became deVere Group clients were covered by USA Today, Forbes, Australian Finance Review,CNBC, Moneyweb (South Africa), Think Adviser, Yahoo!Finance, Biz Journal, Daily Finance, SmartInvesting.com, The Street (U.S.), Zawya(UAE), Financial Adviser magazine, Money News (U.S.), Every Investor,Emirates 24/7, and many others.
Hong Kong was named as the top overseas relocation destination by young British professionals in a June poll carried out by deVere. The findings were reported by the International Business Times, Arabian Business, Global Banking and Finance Review, Emirates 24/7, Tax News,Economia, Expat Forum, and Cape Business News, to select just a handful.
The rejection from Nigel Green, deVere Group’s founder and CEO, of the absurd calls from an MP to prosecute IFAs who advise on legal tax avoidance schemes were run by the industry’s biggest titles, includingProfessional Adviser, International Adviser, and Mortgage Introducer and were highlighted on BBC Radio 5 Live. Kevin White, deVere United Kingdom’s Head of Financial Planning also appeared on Tip TV (a business and City TV channel) to discuss the issue.
Tom Elliott, deVere’s International Investment Strategist, has once again been active in the media commenting on the factors driving capital markets, amongst other subjects. He was featured on/in CNBC,Reuters, Voice of America (U.S. radio), CNN, The National Post (Canada)Zimbabwe Star, Global Banking and Finance Review, Africa Leader,Economic Voice, Finance Offshore and Euro News, amongst others.
Also in June, the highly successful Tony Evans & deVere Group-sponsored Executive Fight Night in Tokyo was featured by The Telegraphand Acumen; 7Days (Dubai) splashed comments from David Hughes, Senior Area Manager deVere-PIC; Value Walk (U.S.) and Global Banking and Finance reported on tips from Reece Fallaize, the organisation’s Global Technical Manager, on retirement planning for baby boomers; The National (UAE) covered advice regarding ‘zombie bank accounts’; Countryside Living magazine (UK) ran deVere’s comments on the need for careful inheritance tax planning, and FT Adviser quoted Kevin White on Britons’ tax affairs and their legal obligations.