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Finance News - Weekly Bulletin Market Roundup 16th of July 2012

It was fast becoming a very dreary week for stocks. After 2 weeks of net positive movement, 4 consecutive days of losses condemned markets to their worst week since May. Of course this time around, there was neither a Greek non election, imminent Spanish banking collapse nor the usual ... more >>
 

Making sure your hard earned wealth goes to where you want it (2).

In a recent article, I discussed how UK non-domiciled individuals can gift money for the benefit of younger family members but still retain control and access to the gift. This week, I want to look at an option to gift for those who may still be UK domicile, even if non-UK resident. more >>
 

Making sure your hard earned wealth goes where you want it to.

Gifting to future generations has always been a consideration for parents/grandparents that want to ensure that such things as university fees are covered or money is available to help with the purchase of a home or an apartment. more >>
 

Finance News - Weekly Bulletin Market Roundup 9th of July 2012

Overall it’s been a positive week for equity markets - just. General positivity from European action the previous week helped buoy the major indices and shock/horror allowed some risk appetite to come back into play. more >>
 

Finance News - Weekly Bulletin Market Roundup 2nd of July 2012

**We wish to point out that Mithril Asset Management, Mauritius has no affiliation whatsoever with Mithril Capital Management** As Q2 comes to a close, we bid good riddance to another see saw period. Overall for 2012, matters are little changed from a stock market point of view. The US has been ... more >>
 

Pension Death Benefit Dilemma

Many British expats have pensions in the UK. Either an old company pension or a “paid up”(no longer taking contributions) personal pension. more >>
 

Succession Planning

You like me, may have been abroad for some years now and are now paying tax to your new host country. more >>
 

What Is Qrops ?

If you are an expat or indeed any foreign person who has previously contributed to a UK pension scheme then an opportunity exists for you to mange how this money grows. more >>
 

Have I lost my pension ?

In the UK, as elsewhere, few people stay with the same employer for life. On the way from employer to employer, pension schemes are entered and pension schemes are left behind. more >>
 

What is an IFA?

IFA is short for ‘independent Financial Advisor’ They are a professional who offers independent advice on financial matters to their clients. more >>
 

SCF news June 2011

SCF were recently privileged to be invited to an investment seminar held by Platinum at Claridges in London. The seminar was attended by some of the leading hedge fund managers and a special guest speaker who had held senior positions with the IMF and the ECB and who was also a professor at ... more >>
 

May 2011

SCF have recently joined FEIFA and were proud to attend the inaugural FEIFA spring conference. The conference has enabled SCF to team up with companies like JP Morgan + HSBC to offer our clients access at discounted rates to these market leading funds. SCF are happy to discuss how these funds may... more >>
 

Expats release cash now from your UK pension with QROPS

A QROPS is a Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme that has met the criteria set by HM Inland Revenue (HMRC) and is recognised by HMRC. Any QROPS can accept transfers from a UK registered pension scheme. more >>
 

QUARTERLY UPDATE - APRIL 2011

Welcome to our latest quarterly update and roundup of what is happening in your investment world. Since our last newsletter we have seen two devastating and tragic natural disasters plus upheaval in the Middle East & North Africa. more >>
 
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