deVere Group, one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations, has been setting news agendas throughout July.
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 July 2014:
On 1 July, FATCA, the controversial new U.S. tax law with a global reach, finally came into effect after years of delays. deVere Group has long been opposed to this legislation and last month the firm’s views and findings were covered by The National Post (Canada) page 31,Bloomberg, Economic Voice, Value Walk (U.S.), The Financial Post,Money News, Think Advisor, TaxNews.com, Main Street, to select a handful of media outlets.
The New York Post, Yahoo! News and The International Business Times ran reports that featured warnings by deVere Group’s founder and CEO, Nigel Green, regarding the high rate of U.S. corporation tax.
Bloomberg, The New York Post, Cape Business News (South Africa), and The Financial Chronicle (India) amongst many other publications, covered the results of a deVere Group survey published in June regarding expats’ relocation choices.
The Huffington Post, which was recently ranked #1 on the 15 Most Popular Political Sites list based on U.S. traffic, name-dropped deVere Group in an article about retirement planning, following a media statement we issued on the subject several weeks ago.
Financial Times Adviser, The Independent (page 31), Business Money, Mature Times, Financial Planner Magazine, Wealth Briefing/Compliance Matters, The C Suite, Global Banking & Finance Review, Pension Age, and others, throughout July reported on observations and statements made by Nigel Green and Senior Technical Advisor, Reece Fallaize, and others, on pension reforms and the marketplace.
Last month, deVere’s international investment strategist, Tom Elliott, warned expats to remain ‘currency cautious’ and this message was covered by Metro newspapers, Financial Reporter, Insurance Gateway (South Africa) and Expat Forum.
Tom Elliott was also interviewed by The Bangkok Post’s weekly Asia Focus section on what is moving the capital markets. He has also appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Box and Closing Bell programmes andReuters TV.
International Adviser, Global Banking and Finance, Morning Star,and Professional Adviser, amongst others, reported that deVere’s CEO had sold the majority stake in a QROPS provider.