NYON, SWITZERLAND, September 22, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/ -- What is Le Tour de Finance? Are you interested in finding out how to make the most of your money in France, Spain or Italy? Do you have pressing questions about making international payments, pensions, tax, wealth or the healthcare system? Why not take the time and come to a local event, bring some friends and make it a great day out?
Le Tour de Finance is the financial forum for expats which will help you with a range of different financial products and services. Just as Le Tour de France takes a route throughout the regions of France, so too does Le Tour de Finance, but we also visit Italy, Spain, Switzerland and Belgium. We want to reach expats where you live so that you can seek advice particular to your local area. Tax advice, pensions, mortgages,
healthcare, schools, business advice and making the most of your assets are just some of the subjects that expats need to know more about. Le Tour de Finance is the ideal opportunity to find answers to the most pressing questions facing people living in France, Spain or Italy.
The forum will bring together key players who assist expats settling or already living in these countries. It will also be an ideal opportunity to socialise by enjoying a free Buffet lunch and meeting people in similar circumstances in your neighbourhood.
Bringing experts in Swiss Expat Finance closer to you.
As an expat, do you make the most out of your finances?
Come and join us for expert advice and to meet other like-minded expats in your local area. The event starts at 18.45 with a welcome drink, followed by some brief presentations from experts on a range of topics that could affect you now, or in the future. This engaging events ends at 20:30 with drinks and canapes and a chance to meet the experts and hopefully make some new friends.
Register for this FREE event or for further information, by sending an email with your full contact details to: firstname.lastname@example.org, register online below or call +33(0)4 22 32 62 40
Le Caveau de Nyon Château de Nyon, Place du Château,
1260 Nyon, Switzerland
29th September, 2016 The event starts at 18.45 and ends at 20.30 with drinks and canapes.
Brief presentations on a range of topics including: Tax efficient planning: for Frontaliers and Swiss residents; Why you need a Swiss Will!, Transfers between currencies: beat the bank margins!, Wealth management: seeking positive returns post-Brexit, QROPS- the latest rules on transferring UK pensions overseas, and what the advantages may be, How do the Swiss Pillars work, and how do I save taxes?, Swiss Mortgages- how they work, how to optimise to save taxes
The Spectrum IFA Group was established in January 2003. Our independent financial planning advisers* demonstrate their long-term commitment to both their clients and the locality by residing permanently within the community in which they work. They have an understanding of expat life and the particular financial rules that apply in your country. Our advisers are qualified, experienced and regulated. Our financial planning team in our Barcelona office alone has over 83 years experience in financial services. In total we have over 40 financial advisers across Europe.
Map of Europe with Independent Financial AdvisersOur role is to create and provide solutions for expatriates and foreign residents by way of a broad range of products and services. These include currency exchange, bank accounts, tax efficient investments, QROPS, pensions, medical insurance and more. We also offer wealth management, where appropriate.
We design solutions for clients, where possible, that are cross border. For example, someone working in Spain, who subsequently moves to the UK but then retires to France will be able to retain their financial planning in each of those countries.
The Spectrum IFA Group comprises a group of companies formed in a number of jurisdictions. Spectrum continues to grow its business and expand distribution into other Western European territories as and when the market opportunities and legal framework are in place.
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