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2016 press releases

22/11

Old Mutual International, part of Old Mutual Wealth, today launches a landmark initiative with structured product providers to help international investors achieve better outcomes. 

29/09

Old Mutual Wealth announces the appointment of Glyn Jones as the independent non-executive Chairman of the Old Mutual Wealth Board, subject to regulatory approval.

16/08

Old Mutual International, part of Old Mutual Wealth, the leading wealth management business in the UK and internationally, announces the appointment of Simon Hull as operations director for the Isle of Man.

01/08

Old Mutual International Isle of Man, part of Old Mutual Wealth, the leading wealth management business in the UK and internationally, announces the appointment of Peter Kenny as managing director.

14/07

Old Mutual International is pleased to announce the launch of a new expat referral service offered by EY. The new service comes at a time when expats and non-UK domiciles will value expert tax advice as they digest what ‘Brexit’ could mean for them. Over the coming months and years, this demand is likely to increase as more detail emerges on the potential legislative changes.

30/03

Changes potentially due to come in on 6 April 2017 could mean some non-UK domiciles may no longer need to rush to sell their overseas assets before they become deemed UK domiciled, and others may be thousands of pounds better off if they hold onto overseas assets until after they become deemed UK domiciled. However, this change is not expected to be consulted on until later this year, and changes won’t be confirmed until the Finance Bill 2017, so non-UK domiciles face a period of uncertainty.

15/03

Old Mutual Wealth today completes the acquisition of AAM Advisory, the leading expatriate adviser business in Singapore.

02/03

Old Mutual International, part of Old Mutual Wealth, today launches the Swedish Executive Portfolio, a new whole-of-life portfolio bond tailored specifically for Swedish investors. The new bond provides a compelling solution for wrapping investment portfolios for a market dominated by custodian business.  

13/01

According to the latest research* by Old Mutual International, 38% of international advisers who carry out pension transfer business believe a review of the new rules is required in light of numerous challenges. Just 20% of advisers did not think a review was required and the remaining 42% of advisers were not sure. This suggests there would be widespread support for a review of overseas pension transfers by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).

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