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Monira Matin

Senior Reporter

Monira joined International Adviser in March 2016 from Informa Global Markets where she worked as a eurobond reporter for over two years, covering fixed income markets. She has previously held a number of editorial positions covering politics, insurance and technology. Monira has a degree in Journalism and Economics from City University.

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How to get 7% returns using Schroders’ maximiser range

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Amar Patel, a fund manager at Schroders, talks about the importance of value investing and how it can be used in retirement planning.

Published : 28, Apr 2017
Uncertainty reigns as non-dom changes dropped at ‘11th hour’

Uncertainty reigns as non-dom changes dropped...Lock icon

UK taxpayers will now face a period of uncertainty after new non-domicile rules and inheritance tax changes to UK residential properties were dropped from the Finance Bill at the last minute, according to industry experts.

Published : 27, Apr 2017
Chelsea is latest football club embroiled in HMRC tax probe

Chelsea is latest football club embroiled in HMRC...

Chelsea is the latest Premier League football club to become involved in a £5m (€5.8m, $6.4m) HMRC investigation into tax fraud after Newcastle and West Ham were raided earlier this week.

Published : 27, Apr 2017
Top challenges facing advisers in the UAE

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Advisers working in the Middle East can no longer afford to be a “one-trick pony”, says Phil Story, SEO and head of distribution for EMEA at Investors Trust Assurance, as he urges them to focus on “holistic financial planning” to boost their income stream.

Published : 27, Apr 2017
Qrops ‘fire sale’ averted as reforms survive Finance Bill cull

Qrops ‘fire sale’ averted as reforms survive Finance...Lock icon

Reforms overhauling overseas pension transfers may have survived the UK government’s wide-ranging cull of the Finance Bill in a bid to avoid a “fire sale” of Qrops, according to Rachael Griffin, financial planning expert at Old Mutual Wealth.

Published : 26, Apr 2017
UK election puts £1,500 pension advice allowance on hold

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The UK has pushed back the introduction of the pension advice allowance as the government announces further delays to key tax changes ahead of the snap election on 8 June.

Published : 26, Apr 2017
Zurich on how to become a millionaire by 65

Zurich on how to become a millionaire by 65Lock icon

Starting early with pension saving and using the benefits of compound interest is one of the best ways to ensure you become a millionaire by 65, says Amrita Seth, head of marketing at Zurich International Life.

Published : 26, Apr 2017
UK delays non-dom and IHT reforms in shock election move

UK delays non-dom and IHT reforms in shock election...Lock icon

The UK government has delayed the introduction of long-awaited changes to the rules governing non-UK domiciles, which were set to go live earlier this month.

Published : 25, Apr 2017
Argentina 'spying' on footballer Messi over Panama Paper links

Argentina 'spying' on footballer Messi over Panama...

Barcelona football legend Lionel Messi is being followed by an Argentinian government spy, according to a sensational report in the country’s local media.

Published : 25, Apr 2017
UK ombudsman blasts Sipp transfer into Ukrainian property fund

UK ombudsman blasts Sipp transfer into Ukrainian...Lock icon

A UK investment firm provided a client with “unsuitable advice” after recommending he invest nearly £50,000 (€58,937, $63,995) of his savings in an unregulated Ukrainian property scheme that later ran into trouble.

Published : 25, Apr 2017
Strong pension business helps SJP net inflows rise to £2bn in Q1

Strong pension business helps SJP net inflows...

UK-based wealth manager St James’s Place (SJP) has reported net inflows of £1.99bn in the first quarter of 2017, bringing assets under management (AUM) to nearly £80bn, helped by solid growth in its pensions business.

Published : 25, Apr 2017
Bangladesh life market forecast to grow by $1.5bn

Bangladesh life market forecast to grow by $1.5bn...

Bangladesh's life insurance market is likely to expand by $1.5bn (£1.2bn,€1.4bn) in the next three to four years, according to Chris Townsend, MetLife's Asia president.

Published : 25, Apr 2017
How the Qrops levy will impact UAE pension planning

How the Qrops levy will impact UAE pension planning...Lock icon

Old Mutual Wealth’s David Denton talks about how the shock 25% Qrops charge imposed by the UK last month will affect retirement planning in the UAE.

Published : 24, Apr 2017
Abu Dhabi banker probed by Italy over 1MDB scandal

Abu Dhabi banker probed by Italy over 1MDB scandal...

Italian prosecutors are investigating a former Emirati sovereign wealth fund official over allegations of insider trading in UniCredit shares in the Malaysian 1MDB scandal, which has led to a crackdown of a number Swiss banks.

Published : 24, Apr 2017

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