2015 press releases


Old Mutual International, part of Old Mutual Wealth, has created a new head of distribution development role to focus on supporting, evolving and strengthening the international adviser market through regulatory and business transformation.


Old Mutual International, part of Old Mutual Wealth, is strengthening its leadership team through the appointment of Karen Blatchford as head of international marketing. The appointment will provide key leadership and investment expertise as Old Mutual International develops the next phase of its ambitious growth plans.


Old Mutual Wealth, the leading wealth management business, announces further developments within its vertically integrated model.  Old Mutual International and Quilter Cheviot will team up to deliver market leading investment opportunities to investors in South Africa.


Old Mutual International, part of Old Mutual Wealth (based in the UK), is teaming up with Quilter Cheviot to deliver market leading international investment opportunities to investors in South Africa. Quilter Cheviot, a leading discretionary investment manager, became part of Old Mutual Wealth earlier this year and this new move demonstrates the businesses within Old Mutual Wealth working together to help deliver better solutions to clients and advisers across international markets.


Old Mutual International, part of Old Mutual Wealth, today launches a new high net worth team in its Isle of Man service centre. This is in response to Old Mutual International attracting a growing number of larger, more complex cases, which will benefit from having a dedicated team responsible for adapting and delivering service.


The non-domicile consultation paper, issued yesterday (Sept 30, 2015), introduces tougher restrictions for non-domiciles beyond those already announced in the Budget.


Old Mutual International, the cross-border business of Old Mutual Wealth, announces the launch of a new Trust Decision Tool and Trust Form Finder, to help strengthen its compelling Trust proposition. The new tools will provide advisers with additional support and improved navigation, helping to make the choice of which trust to use simpler and easier.


The Conservative win could signal a change in the way non-domiciles living in the UK are treated from a tax perspective. Plans to abolish hereditary domicile status could lead to more global assets becoming liable to UK inheritance tax (IHT) upon death.


Old Mutual International today announces the appointment of Steve Hickman as Head of Region & Chief Executive Officer in Singapore & South East Asia. Old Mutual International, part of Old Mutual Wealth, is firmly focused on the Asian market and believes there are real growth opportunities in the local market, particularly in the high net worth segment.


An unintended consequence of the pension reforms is that any divorcee with a pension earmarking order may need to act fast to protect their benefits. Any earmarking order which provides the ex-spouse with a fixed percentage of the pension income in retirement should be checked to ensure benefits are protected now that the member no longer needs to take their pension as an income and can instead take all the cash out as a lump sum.

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