55 per cent week on week rise in post-Brexit mortgage enquiries

Since the Bank of England cut interest rates earlier this month from 0.5 per cent to a record low of 0.25 per cent, there has been a 55 per cent increase in week on week mortgage enquiries at deVere Mortgages. As I was quoted as saying recently in The Times, Yahoo! Finance, Financial Reporter, Mortgage […]

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A fortnightly look at global financial markets

The following is a detailed commentary and analysis from deVere Group’s International Investment Strategist, Tom Elliot regarding: Governments and central banks risk inflation; and Bank of England has done its bit, now it’s the politicians’ turn. Q3 asset allocation preferences (unhedged US dollar-based, updated at start of quarter): neutral equities vs. fixed income relative to […]

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deVere United Kingdom shortlisted for National IFA of the Year

I’m thrilled to confirm that deVere United Kingdom has been shortlisted for the National IFA of the Year award (medium to large firm) in the highly prestigious Money Age Awards 2016. Taking place on 13th October at the Millennium Hotel London Mayfair, these awards “celebrate excellence, professionalism and innovation within the financial industry”, and are decided by an independent […]

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Chartered Financial Planner status awarded to deVere United Kingdom

deVere United Kingdom has recently been awarded the prestigious Chartered Financial Planners status by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). We are delighted to receive this award, which is the gold standard for UK-based financial planning organisations.  It endorses the fact we have fulfilled rigorous qualification criteria by maintaining highly-qualified staff who subscribe to the CII’s […]

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A fortnightly look at global financial markets

The following is a detailed commentary and analysis from deVere Group’s International Investment Strategist, Tom Elliot regarding: What to make of the headlines? Brexit and Bank of England policy, EBA bank stress tests. Q3 asset allocation preferences (unhedged US dollar-based, updated at start of quarter): neutral equities vs. fixed income relative to benchmark. Prefer emerging […]

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50 per cent rise in mortgage enquiries since Brexit

Since the historic Leave victory was announced at the end of June, deVere Mortgages reports a 50 per cent increase in post-Brexit mortgage enquiries. As I was quoted as saying recently in  Money Observer, International Investment, Mortgage Introducer, Mortgage Strategy, Mortgage Solutions and Building Construction Design, amongst a host of other media, such a jump in the number of enquiries […]

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deVere United Kingdom receives Chartered Financial Planners status

It’s an honour to say that deVere United Kingdom has been awarded the prestigious Chartered Financial Planners status by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). We are all thrilled to receive this award, which is the gold standard for UK-based financial planning organisations. In addition, we boast three Fellows of the CII, two of whom achieved […]

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A fortnightly look at global financial markets

The following is a detailed commentary and analysis from deVere Group’s International Investment Strategist, Tom Elliot regarding: Prime Minister Theresa May, Brexit and UK financial assets, risk and safe assets. Q3 asset allocation preferences (unhedged US dollar-based, updated at start of quarter): neutral equities vs. fixed income relative to benchmark. Prefer emerging stock markets to […]

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deVere United Kingdom’s Mike Coady becomes a Fellow of the Institute of Directors

Exciting news, below, which has just been published about my appointment as a Fellow of the IoD: “deVere United Kingdom and deVere Mortgage’s Managing Director and Workplace Solutions Chairman, Mike Coady, has become a Fellow of the Institute of Directors, the highest ranking and most privileged membership level of the world renowned business leaders’ organisation. […]

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A fortnightly look at global financial markets

The following is a detailed commentary and analysis from deVere Group’s International Investment Strategist, Tom Elliot regarding: Brexit investment opportunities will follow politics, why does Brexit make investors nervous? Review of capital markets over the first six months of 2016. Q3 asset allocation preferences (unhedged US dollar-based, updated at start of quarter): neutral equities vs. […]

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