Expats are urged to bypass commission-heavy bonds

Stodell, Hannah
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/28/2009, p43
The article reports on the suggestion to the expatriate of bypassing the commission-heavy investment bonds in Great Britain. This is applicable when setting up the qualified overseas pension scheme wherein the client needs to use the Qrops trust provider. The trust provider will help clients determine where to place the investments.


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