Monthly Archives: November 2011

Pensions from former employments

Many employees leave pension funds behind us and continue to defer any decision about them. Former employees often do not receive any ongoing fund information so doing nothing is not a good idea. You can regain control and have ongoing investment fund choices if you choose to transfer to a personal retirement bond, also known as a Buy-out bond. You will also benefit from ongoing investment advice which takes into account your own attitude to risk at any given time. Working with an experienced broker on a regular basis for the long term will be very beneficial. Continue reading

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Life Assurance Market Research

We have life assurance company representatives knocking on doors in the evenings to generate sales leads by way of market research. In this competitive industry, a life assurance member of the Professional Insurance Brokers Association (PIBA) can offer more choice. Having 5 life assurance company agencies is a minimum requirement and means that more independent advice can be offered. Continue reading

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ECB reduction is good news for mortgage holders

Well done Super Mario for yesterday’s ECB interest rate cut. That’s a saving of €2,500 per annum for those unlucky enough to have €1 million on interest only. Another cut by December could be on the (Christmas) cards! Good Financial … Continue reading

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