|deVere Group, one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations, set international news agendas throughout August.
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 August 2015:
As Britain’s FTSE hit an eight-month low, the U.S. stock market dropped dramatically and global investors were rattled over concerns with China’s economy, deVere Group CEO, Nigel Green’s opinion and synopsis was covered by CNBC, Sky News, Yahoo Finance, The Daily Mail, Daily Express, The Guardian, The Independent, The Business Times, Business World, Evening Standard, Investing.com and Sharenet.
Following ‘Black Monday’, global investors being urged to remain “cautious and consistent” by Nigel Green, despite fears over China’s economy triggering a global markets crash, was picked up by The Times, The Independent, International Business Times, International Business Times, Your Money, Interactive Investor, FA News, Economic Voice, Money Wise and Funds Society.
With talks of a financial apocalypse on the horizon amongst investors following the global market turmoil, Nigel Green’s advice to avoid a ‘doomsday prepper’ mindset was featured in FA News, Economic Voice and Proactive Investors.
Later in the month as the FTSE rallied and the Federal Reserve’s proposed rate hikes appeared less likely, the deVere CEO’s views on the position of the global economy were covered by Reuters, Yahoo News, The Daily Mail, The Irish Times, Mindful Money and CPI Financial.
Comments and analysis from the deVere Group CEO with regards to a rise in pension fraudsters since Chancellor George Osborne introduced the pension reforms, as well as an increase in ‘pension liberation’ firms, were featured in FT Adviser, Yahoo Finance, Financial Reporter, Pensions Insight, Love Money The Sunday Post (page 47) and Talk Money.
The deVere CEO’s views regarding the so-called bond bubble and soaring deficits being the ‘perfect storm’ for pensioners were covered by Trust Net and Money Expert, to name a handful.
deVere’s Middle East divisional manager, David Hughes’ analysis was featured in The National regarding how UAE expats can protect their retirement nest egg.
Opinion from Andrew Prince, a financial planner at deVere Acuma in Dubai, regarding the rebalancing of investment portfolios in the light of an anticipated U.S. rate rise was included in The National. He commented on debt for Gulf News.
Global head of tax at deVere Tax Consultancy, Neil Walker wrote an article for Khaleej Times as to how Britain’s non-dom crackdown could affect UAE expatriates.
The results of a deVere Group poll which revealed that two-thirds of Britons under the age of 40 are considering moving overseas, were picked up by The Independent, News 24, City AM, Mindful Money, Expat Forum, Insurance Gateway , Cult Noise, Business Insider, The South African and Khaleej Times.
Comments from deVere United Kingdom’s managing director, Mike Coady on the 51 per cent rise in its year-to-date revenue was covered by International Adviser; as well Mr Coady’s analysis of the 43 per cent rise in mortgage enquiries at deVere Mortgages over the past month, as featured in Property Investor Today.
News that Maxine McIntyre, formerly with Close Brothers Asset Management, has joined Workplace Solutions Ltd, as Head of Wealth Management was featured in City Wealth, FT Adviser, and City AM, amongst others.