The Finance Tour is the only true independent investment and pensions seminar in Spain. Bringing speakers from major FTSE listed investment and pension companies to the Costa Blanca, The Finance Tour offers the opportunity to have your questions on investing, pensions, inheritance tax planning and more, answered direct from the companies who manage the finances of over 25 million customers worldwide.
Feedback from the tour has always been overwhelmingly positive, with attendees particularly focussing on how refreshing it was to be able to meet speakers from companies they knew and trusted from when they lived in the UK.
Returning to Spain for the third time, we’ve had questions covering a wide range of financial concerns for Brits living here in Spain. Questioned ranged from how to invest safely and tax efficiently here in Spain, right up to more complex areas like Trust and Succession Planning for Spanish residents with UK based beneficiaries. Naturally a lot of questions also focussed on pension planning, and having a representative from a trusted UK pension company on the tour proved extremely useful.
Cut out the middle man, and ask those vital questions direct to those trusted UK institutions who have designed savings, investment and pension solutions specifically for British expats here in Spain.
There will be short presentations from The Prudential, Rathbones PLC, James Hay Partnership and support from local advisers Chorus Financial, followed by an open Q+A session. Afterwards there will be hot drinks and the chance to speak directly with our presenters and local experts.
Attendance is essential for anyone seeking financial advice on investments, pension transfers, tax, succession planning, along with generic legal and tax advice relevant to your life here in Spain. For those with existing investments, including QROPS and Spanish bonds, you’ll discover how crucial changes to your underlying investments can strip away fees by as much as 75% and vastly improve returns.
Visiting 5 popular venues on the Costa Blanca this October, attendance is free, but booking early is recommended due to limited availability.