deVere in the news – September 2015

deVere Group, one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations, set international news agendas throughout September.

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 September 2015:

Following Jeremy Corbyn’s election as Labour Party leader in September, deVere Group founder and CEO, Nigel Green described the victory as “a major issue” for global investors, and detrimental for Britain’s pro-business reputation.  Further comments and analysis from Nigel were picked up by The TelegraphThe Daily MailThe Daily’s Mail’s This is MoneyThe ExpressThe Sunday TimesThe Sunday TimesInternational Business TimesYahoo NewsYour MoneyEconomic VoiceExpress & StarThe Yorkshire Post and Shropshire Star, amongst many others.

As the U.S. Federal Reserve decided against raising interest rates for the time being, Nigel Green’s view that this will fuel market uncertainty and therefore provide opportunities for investors, was covered by Bloomberg TV, The IndependentKhaleej TimesCity Wire, Portfolio AdviserEvening StandardInteractive InvestorReal Money,  Trust Net and Money Observer.

Comments from Dubai-based deVere Acuma’s Andrew Prince regarding the strong dirham, a strong dollar and lower oil prices benefitting UAE residents taking a holiday over Eid Al Adha were covered by Gulf News.

Andrew’s opinion on UAE-based firms being urged to set up retirements saving plans was featured in Gulf News.

Head of Risk and Compliance at deVere South Africa, Samantha Lance’s column entitled ‘International Investments’ was featured in Money Marketing.

deVere’s Middle East divisional manager, David Hughes’ advice with regards to planning early for retirement in order to reach financial ambitions was featured in Khaleej Times.

Managing Director of deVere United Kingdom, Mike Coady’s comments on the firm’s growth in the UK market this year, following a 51 per cent revenue increase in the division over the year to date, was picked up by FT Adviser and Global Banking and Finance Magazine.

The results of a deVere Group survey carried out two months previously, showing that the majority of younger Britons questioned have considered moving abroad to start a new life – along with subsequent comments from Nigel Green – were covered by The Move Channel and The News Hub.

Another international survey carried out by deVere in September asked over 50s ‘what are your biggest financial regrets?’  Over a third claimed not saving enough for retirement was their biggest regret.  The results of this survey were picked up by

News that deVere Group named Peter Hobbs, a former director of Generali International and Generali Pan Europe, as its chairman was featured by Reuters,  International AdviserGlobal InvestorBusiness MoneyYahoo Finance and Wealth Adviser.


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