Call for specialist advice on Qrops

Blackmore, Nicole
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/4/2009, p8
The article reports on the warning of the Personal Finance Society (PFS) to advisers who do not specialise in qualifying recognised overseas pension scheme (Qrops) to refer clients elsewhere following the introduction of Qrops legislation in Great Britain. A factsheet was issued by PFS explaining the rules on tranferring pension rights from British-registered schemes to a Qrops. PFS chief executive Fay Gooddard said that the Qrops legislation offers opportunities for advisers and their clients.


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