deVere Group generates the news – October 2015

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

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 October 2015:

Comments and analysis from Nigel Green, deVere Group founder and CEO, with regards to market activity were featured in International Business TimesFT AdviserCity AMThe IndependentMindful MoneyEvery InvestorDirector of FinanceBusiness DayReal Money , Nasdaq.com and Economic News Daily.

Nigel’s Green’s response to FATCA’s tax data exchange and the serious unintended consequences of the contentious law that routinely rejects U.S. expats from foreign financial institutions was covered by Think Advisor (U.S), amongst others.

Managing Director of deVere United Kingdom, Mike Coady’s advice with regards to families who could miss out on a new inheritance tax allowance if they don’t review their wills was picked up several media outlets, including Mindful MoneyYour Money,  and Financial Reporter.

Nigel’s Green’s opinion that a major government raid would trigger “a significant increase of pension transfers out of Britain” was featured in The Economic VoiceMindful MoneyFinancial Reporter and Fintech Finance.

deVere’s International Investment Strategist, Tom Elliott was featured on CNBC to talk about what he views the EBC and Fed will do next.

Nigel Green’s comments on the deVere Group survey which revealed that the majority of people who don’t work with a financial adviser only plan their finances on a short-term basis, was covered in Financial Advisor MagazineMoney Managementwealthmanagement.comThe StreetDaily FinanceMSN Money and The Motley Fool.

Mike Coady’s warnings concerning cold-calling fraudsters who have been targeting deVere United Kingdom’s clients, was featured in The Independent, The Sun (page 27), The Sunday Express (page 56), The Finance Timesaol.comEvening ExpressThe Herald, Global Banking & Finance Magazine, Shropshire Star and Express and Star and more than 10 other regional newspapers.

Sciclonic ran a feature on Nigel Green, entitled The Man at the Forefront of the Financial Industry.  ‘The Man Who Made deVere’ video was also included.

Gulf News featured comment by Andrew Prince, Financial Planner at deVere Acuma, on how value added tax will impact expats in the UAE, whilst the monthly column for Khaleej Times by David Hughes, deVere Group’s divisional manager of the Gulf region, covered the main points on how to choose an IFA, and Mike Coady wrote a column for Gulf News on what consumers need to know about mortgages.

News that deVere Group has partnered with global law firm, Stephenson Harwood was covered by International Adviser, amongst others.

deVere’s Group’s acquisition of Broadgate Advisory, one of the leading wealth advisory firms in Thailand, was picked up by iexpats.com.

An interview with Peter Hobbs, following his appointment as Chairman on deVere Group’s Board of Directors after two years in a non-executive role, was featured by Game Changers Magazine (page 77 and 78) ACQ5.

News that Scott Kingsley, a UK Pension Coordinator with Broadgate Advisory based in Bangkok, is scaling Mount Kilimanjaro in November, to raise funds for the Anthony Nolan charity in memory of his friend Nathan Hancock, was featured by the Lincolnshire Echo and BBC Lincolnshire amongst other regional publications.

After winning the ‘The Best Independent Financial Advisory Team (Global) 2015’award from Capital Finance Magazine, the publication ran a double-page interview on Nigel Green and a feature on the organisation.

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