FEIFA announces partnership with Bourse Trust Co

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The Federation of European Independent Financial Advisers (FEIFA) announced today a new partnership with Bourse Trust Company, an international pension provider with multi-jurisdictional products.

“Bourse is a truly international operation offering innovative solutions in all aspects of wealth and tax planning”, FEIFA’s CEO, Paul Stanfield, stated. “It is therefore a very natural and relevant fit with our existing Partnerships”.

The relationship with FEIFA and its members will be headed up by Simon Ferbrache, pensions director at Bourse.

“We pride ourselves on offering a truly bespoke service, tailored to our valued partners’ needs”, Ferbrache commented. “We are committed to service excellence and have invested heavily to ensure the internal infrastructure of the group is robust, expediting turnaround time to industry-leading standards.”

Bourse has a complete suite of product offerings including QROPS (Maltese), QNUPS and IPPs (International Pension Plans). It can also provide bespoke offshore bonds and annuity products, along with traditional Trust, Company and Family Office services.

“We understand the challenges facing IFAs in today’s market place”, Ferbrache explained. “We are continuingly evolving, striving to perfect our products and processes to maintain the very highest service level, resulting in ultimately providing the best outcomes for advisers and their clients.
Support is one of our mantras, we are here to help, and provide the best products with the best service”.

FEIFA member companies are English-speaking advisory businesses, active across Europe and advising on cumulative assets in excess of €5 billion. The Federation is a non-profit trade association and has partnerships with a wide range of companies, including all of the relevant international life companies, major asset managers, and the key international pension and trust companies.

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