FPI mini series 3

In the third edition of our mini-series we will be discussing how to make a contribution to a foreign pension and the options available. This follows our first two instalments, which were titled: ‘What is a Foreign Pension?’ and the ‘Benefits of Using a Foreign Pension’. If you have not seen these instalments please let us know and we will send them to you.

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SENTINEL Key Features and Benefits

SENTINEL International Preservation Fund

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FPI mini series 2

In this second instalment of our mini-series on foreign pensions, we will be discussing the various features and key advantages of a foreign pension. Once read you should have a good understanding of the main features and benefits and how these fit with certain client’s financial requirements.

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SENTINEL

SENTINEL offers clients an environment in which to build wealth using an international solution that offers a high level of asset protection, significant flexibility and access.

This means that you can choose when, where and how you want to take benefits with payments set at a level that meets your requirements, and at an age that suits you.

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FPI mini series

An introduction to Foreign Pensions.

In this short insight, we will look at the different types of foreign pensions and how to recognise one from another.

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Bulletin: Davis Tax Committee – Estate Duty Report Hypothesis

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The Davis Tax Committee published their report on how to modernise the approach to Estate duty in south africa in January 2015. The report highlighted the importance of an efficient system for taxation to generate and collect such tax. 

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Davis Tax Committee

The release of the Davis Tax Committee (DTC) Report on Estate Duty on the 13th of July 2015 for public comment has created much
consternation in the Financial Services industry in South Africa. In particular the impact these proposals may have on traditional
methods of effective Estate and Succession planning vehicles such as Trust structures.

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Autumn 2014 - Pension Reforms

It’s been a remarkable year for pension legislation in the UK and the proposed reforms will have a long lasting impact. At Overseas Trust and Pension our immediate area of interest is the outcome for QROPS and QNUPS but it’s useful to recap the highlights of an “interesting” year.

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OPES SA Comparison - OPES vs Trusts vs RA

In this article we consider and compare discretionary trusts and international pensions. The conclusion reached is that international pensions provide many of the sought-after features associated with trusts but without the drawbacks.

The future for Discretionary Trusts is becoming increasingly uncertain. World-wide, Governments are imposing high rates of tax and International reporting requirements on Trust structures.

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OPES Case Study 1

Wealth Protection through International Retirement Provision

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The following case study is based on a scenario which is typical to South African residents and gives a detailed insight into how OPES accommodates a varied set of requirements and mitigates a range of risks unique to South Africa.

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OPES Case Study 2

Protecting and Consolidating Existing Offshore Assets

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The following case study is based on a scenario which is typical to South African residents and gives a detailed insight into how OPES accommodates a varied set of requirements and mitigates a range of risks unique to South Africa.

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OPES Case Study 4

Trusts and the Rise of Retirement Plans 

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The following case study is based on a scenario which is typical to South African residents and gives a detailed insight into how OPES accommodates a varied set of requirements and mitigates a range of risks unique to South Africa. 

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Protecting & Preserving Wealth – A Solution for South African Residents

Issues facing South African residents and their ability to protect their wealth and their family’s financial futures from the many risks unique to South Africa are numerous. The use of international structures have therefore become paramount in creating safe havens for South African resident’s wealth.

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Why Guernsey?

The key facts behind your leading International Finance Centre.

Guernsey has been an International Finance Centre for over 50 years and there are four pillars to its finance industry:

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