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Ruling on Swiss franc property loan ‘could have implications’ for Europe: report

By: Helen Burggraf | 05 Feb 2018

A court in Slovenia has annulled a real-estate loan that had been executed  in Swiss francs on grounds that the borrower hadn’t been informed of the high…

People Moves: Saxo Capital Markets UK, Neuberger Berman, Butterfield Mortgages, Macquarie Group

By: International Investment Staff | 06 Nov 2017

Saxo Capital Markets UK  Saxo Capital Markets UK, the UK subsidiary of Denmark’s Saxo Bank, has named Andrew Edwards chief executive, succeeding Mateo Cassina, who has left…

UK 35-year mortgages creating pension timebomb

By: Eugene Costello | 12 Oct 2017

In a sign of the growing gulf between property prices and average wages, almost a quarter of first-time buyers are opting for 35-year mortgages, one of the…

Carlyle Group cleared over mishandling of funds in £1bn Guernsey court case

By: Eugene Costello | 06 Sep 2017

Senior executives at US-based The Carlyle Group have been cleared of negligence in a seven-year case brought against them by liquidators valued at more than £1bn, making…

Brett Evans: Aussie expats ‘will feel pain from budget changes’

By: Brett Evans, Founder And Managing Director, Atlas Wealth Management | 16 Aug 2017

For Australian citizens resident in Australia, the government’s 2017 Federal Budget didn’t present too many changes, according to Brett Evans, founder and managing director of Atlas Wealth…

New regs mean range of UK businesses now risk fines for not reporting ‘sanctioned’ clients

By: Helen Burggraf | 11 Aug 2017

New regulations that have now come into force mean that a range of businesses and professions could face significant financial penalties if they don’t inform the UK…

RBS to pay US$5.5bn fine over US mortgage-backed securities

By: Gary Robinson | 13 Jul 2017

The Royal Bank of Scotland Group has reached a US$5.5bn settlement with the US’s Federal Housing Finance Agency regarding its long-running US residential mortgage-backed securities claims The Royal Bank…

Guardian Wealth unveils ‘client journey re-brand’

By: Helen Burggraf | 07 Jun 2017

Guardian Wealth Management, the Dubai-based advisory group founded by David Howell and John Hasberry more than 20 years ago in the UK,  said today that it is…

DeVere: targets Europe for development, names Nigel Green’s son regional head

By: Helen Burggraf | 25 May 2017

The deVere Group, which is coming to the end of a “comprehensive strategic review” announced in March, has announced plans to “extensively expand and develop” its operations…

Ex-Globaleye MD Balsdon joins Dubai-based Holborn Assets in new role

By: Helen Burggraf | 17 May 2017

Scott Balsdon, who left the Dubai-based Globaleye advisory business earlier this year after four-and-a-half years as its managing director, has joined another well-known Dubai firm, Holborn Assets,…

Gibraltar reacts to news of planned Newcastle Building Society branch closure

By: Helen Burggraf | 17 May 2017

The Gibraltar Government has reacted forcefully to news that Newcastle Building Society is planning to close the doors of its Gibraltar branch for good in October,  following an…

Expat property broker: Spanish property market ‘resurgent’

By: Helen Burggraf | 11 May 2017

A company which specialises in helping expatriates to buy properties in Europe is calling what it says is “the start of a renewal in the Spanish property…

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