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Brexit Crisis - Your investment questions answered

Published on: 01/17/19 11:30:am

As Boris Johnson enters Downing Street stating the UK will leave the EU on October 31st, and refusing to take ‘no deal’ off the table, millions of Brits at home and overseas must make some potentially life changing decisions to safeguard their future.

As the UK Government continue to offer little in the way of support or advice, we have compiled an e-guide that explains exactly how you can protect your investments from the volatility caused by the Brexit crisis, and how to use this uncertainty to your advantage.

As fellow expats, this affects us too. That's why our team of experts have put their heads together to come up with the some tips and hints while the UK Government focus on those back home.

To help answer some of the burning questions facing all expats we have put together a free e-guide that covers:


  • How your savings could be affected
  • Fears over another Expat pension raid
  • The importance of investing in multiple currencies
  • Why you need a diverse investment portfolio
  • The pros and cons of the weak Pound
  • What Brexit means for the UK property market
  • How to ensure you remain tax efficient
Find out about the issues that will affect you.

Download your FREE e-guide now to find out to Brexit-proof your investments and secure your perfect future

…I left ages ago, it doesn't affect me……Not really thought about it…Not my problem….

As a UK expat living and working outside of the EU you could be forgiven for thinking that the outcome of the EU referendum will have little or no impact on you. If you are still financially linked to the UK then you might want to think again.

A weak pound can harm your retirement fund. If you are receiving a UK pension income and transferring to a different currency you could find your money doesn't stretch as far

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