|deVere Group, one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations, set international news agendas throughout June.
deVere has once again been featured in the international, national, regional and local media worldwide countless times. Here is just a flavour of deVere Group’s coverage in June 2015:
Comments and analysis from deVere Group CEO Nigel Green, and Tom Elliott, international investment strategist at deVere Group, regarding the situation in Greece, the Greek government’s possible ‘Grexit’ from the euro and what it means for your money were featured in The Evening Standard (page 40), The Daily Express, Forbes, Yahoo! News, Wall Street Journal, International Business Times, Newsweek, Money Observer, Economic Voice, Wealth and Finance International and Market Watch.
The Standard and The National ran deVere’s analysis of the bond bubble warnings.
Nigel Green’s observations with regards to expats’ opposition of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, as well as FATCA’s role in the U.S. presidential race, and the fact that candidates must explain to voters their stance on this law ahead of the 2016 election, were covered by FTF News, Private Client Adviser, Economic Adviser, Think Advisor, IFA Magazine, Financial Advisor Magazine, Isaac Brock Society and Value Walk amongst others.
Nigel Green’s message to Britain’s higher earners to review their tax relief on pensions before George Osborne’s so-called ‘summer Budget’ was picked up by Investment Chronicle (page 35), Economic Voice, Financial Reporter and Money Expert throughout June, along with a whole host of other media.
The deVere-sponsored Executive Fight Night V, which took place in the Grand Hyatt Ballroom in Tokyo to raise funds for Shine On! Kids, a charity that provides support to children with cancer and other serious illness and their families in Japan, was covered by The Telegraph, CNN and News Hub.
Investment advice and opinion by Greg Stockton, head of deVere Group, Africa region was featured by Moneybags; reports from deVere Mortgages of the ‘noticeable surge in serious home loan enquiries’ since the election was featured in Relocation Magazine and Latest Homes; UK Head of Financial Planning, Kevin White, talked buy-to-let mortgages with Money Observer, Andrew Prince, financial planner at deVere Acuma, shared his expertise on offshore accounts with Gulf News; Managing director of deVere United Kingdom, Mike Coady’s warnings of the need for ‘new blood’ in the financial services industry in order to cater to rising demand was covered by FT Adviser, HR Review and Recruitment International; Global Banking & Finance Review and EU Banking covered the latest round of awards won by deVere; and International Adviser, Wealth & Finance International and Business Information reported on the launch of the deVere Tax Consultancy.
Also in June, Nigel Green took part in a debate in City AM about the sale of RBS; The Head of East Midlands at deVere United Kingdom provided another insight into personal financial matters across seven regional titles, including the Derbyshire Times and The Star.