|deVere Group, one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations, set international news agendas throughout March and the first half of April.
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 within this period:
deVere founder and CEO, Nigel Green’s analysis of the Panama Papers allegations, stating they are not representative of the offshore financial industry, were featured by BBC, Forbes, Financial Times, City AM, International Finance Magazine, billionaire.com, International Investment, Global Investor Magazine, Money Management, World News Report, Yahoo Finance, Funds Society, IFC Review and Value Walk, amongst many others.
The CEO’s view that Panama should be commended for its “proactive approach” to boosting its effectiveness and credibility as an offshore financial centre, was featured by Money Management, Financial Standard, Value Walk and The Daily Chappaqua.
Nigel Green wrote an article for the world’s third most read news website, The Guardian, entitled ‘In defence of ‘tax havens’: offshore banking is not the same as dodgy dealing’; and for Khaleej Times, called ‘In defence of financial services industry’. This was also featured by UAE Review.
The deVere CEO’s opinion that over a third of Americans overseas are likely to make a mistake on their tax returns or file late was included by Yahoo Finance, Business Insider, Wealth Management, Value Walk and Finance Go Ahead.
Nigel Green’s comments following a deVere Group poll which revealed that 68 per cent of those surveyed are worried about the impact of Britain potentially leaving the EU will have on British expats, were included in City AM.
Mr Green’s comments on the importance of saving for retirement, the fact that people increasingly understand the need to save for later life, but are unaware of just how much, were picked up by International Adviser, Global Banking and Finance Review, Money Observer, Khaleej Times, Money Management, The C Suite, Main Street and The Street.
Nigel Green’s ‘Three fundamental tips to enhance your investment portfolio performance’ were featured in Finance Digest.
The CEO’s opinion and analysis of the ECB’s commitment to further stimulus being used by rational investors to expand their portfolios, was covered by USA Today, Global Banking and Finance Review, Money Marketing, The Street, AZ Central and MSN Money,
Nigel Green’s advice to investors as to the two key reasons they should be building up their portfolios now, and also have reason to be cheerful was included in Emirates247 and with a column in Finance Digest, to name but a few publications.
Mr Green’s advice and opinion on; ‘now’s the time to invest’, was featured in iExpats.
Head of deVere United Kingdom, Mike Coady’s comments on Brexit fears sparking an interest rate hike which is driving mortgage activity, was featured in International Business Times, Economic Voice, Fintech Finance, Politico, Property Reporter, Your Mortgage, Best Advice, Introducer Today, Just Do Property and the Maidenhead Advertiser.
Mike Coady was featured in iExpats regarding deVere Mortgages’ surge in demand for mortgage advice from overseas-based clients.
Nigel Green was interviewed by International Finance Magazine after deVere won the ‘Best International Advisory Company – East Asia’ award.
Divisional Manager of deVere Acuma, Greg Stockton, and deVere’s International Investment Strategist, Tom Elliott were featured in South Africa’s FA News in an article entitled ‘Offshore investment key to offset rising costs of education in South Africa’.
deVere’s Head of Foreign Exchange, James Stanton was featured in International Adviser with his comments on investors piling into the dollar over fears of a Brexit vote in June.
Financial Planner at deVere Acuma, Andrew Prince’s views on UAE residents with bad credit card habits was covered by Gulf News, Albawaba Business and Zawya; his tips on ‘six steps to live a debt-free life in the UAE’, were picked up by Gulf News.
Mark Diuga, deVere Group Area Manager appeared on CNBC Africa to talk about savings and investment strategies to boost savings for studies.
Tom Elliott was also invited to write a column for Finance Digest discussing his outlook for Quarter 2.