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Disappointed with your investment growth?

As an expatriate, I am sure you have been approached by many offshore financial planners, and may have opened a savings plan, investment bond or consolidated your pensions into a QROPS pension trust.

I work for Infinity Financial Solutions and manage a unique department where we provide complimentary advice to existing policy holders who are disappointed with their existing policies, or who may have lost contact with their financial adviser, anywhere in the world.

The offshore investment vehicles available to expatriates are excellent policies, providing the tax advantages of living outside of your home country. However, it's vital to the performance of your investment portfolio that it is being managed actively and fitting to the market conditions.

Infinity Financial Solutions is a leading expatriate financial planning company with clients in over 70 different countries worldwide. We have an exclusive partnership with the UK's number one wealth management company, Tilney-Bestinvest whom you have likely heard of before. Tilney-Bestinvest are the UK's number one portfolio management firm that builds on a heritage of more than Protected content , looking after more than £9 billion of client assets. They have won, and continue to win, multiple awards for their portfolio management strategies.

Is your investment portfolio performing badly? If so, there is a very simple fix. As you already have a policy in place, all you need to do is select Tilney-BestInvest to actively manage your existing portfolio and complete a very quick Risk-Profolie questionnaire to ensure your investing in the right risk level.

The great news is that there is no additional cost to you what so ever for a fund switch to Tilney-BestInvest and zero commitment from you.

Should you have any questions, please do drop me an email and I will be happy to arrange a time to discuss further on Skype.

My email address is Protected content .
My Skype is tmhenson.

Make the change today, and benefit in the future.

Many thanks,

Tom.

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