Erdem Basci, Governor of the Turkish Central Bank, chose to increase the country’s interest rates on Jan 28th, which has had a negative impact on international investment.
The international property investment market is currently leading to an unexpected situation for many UK buy-to-let landlords.
The Year of the Horse could potentially see an unprecedented number of professional British expats heading east to stake their claim on a share of the expected economic expansion.
Many businesspeople remain oblivious to the possible side-effects of failing to integrate proper corporate planning into their approach to reshoring.
Many finance experts expect to see a rise in marketplace activity as international developers, investment property agents and members of the international expat community look to invest in Dubai’s property market.
The Department for Work & Pensions’ proposals for the introduction of workplace pension fee-capping are now expected to be postponed for another year and should be implemented in April 2015. Interest in options such as overseas pensions has been boosted.
When it comes to the perfect expat retirement, three Central and South American destinations currently sit on a pedestal.