Industry experts call for wider approach to adviser due diligence on offshore bonds

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When advisers are considering the appropriateness of offshore bond providers and their products for clients, they should consider a wide range of factors and not place undue emphasis on historical perceptions of company ownership structures, a new report from offshore consultancy firm Acuity has found.  Acuity's report entitled 'The times they are a-changin' concludes that the strategic intent of the product provider, including its commitment to ongoing investment in offshore business, is now one of the most crucial assessment factors for advisers. Simon Willoughby, managing director ...

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