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World’s Worst – And Best – Cities For Expats

The list of worst city destinations for expats holds no surprises, according to the latest survey. The most challenging places to live are mainly in...

Markets Steady Despite German Factory Data Shock

Stocks and shares are holding steady across Europe despite weak economic data from Germany. The manufacturing data did nothing to quell fears that the brakes...

Room For Growth, Says Hotel Investment Survey

The latest hotel investment survey has revealed more room for growth across Europe. Going Dutch has proved to be the best move so far for...

Ireland Scoops European Buy To Let Top Spot

Ireland has pulled off a property double as Europe’s top buy to let hotspot and the capital Dublin ranking as the city with the...

Brexit: Europe Is Not As Important As It Thinks It Is

The trouble with Brexit is leaving the European Union is a divisive Tory problem and not an issue to many others were worried about. Then...

Brexit Briefing November 17, 2017: Clock Still Ticking

Brexit negotiators in Britain and Europe have embarked on a campaign of brinksmanship rather than talking about doing a deal. The EU is determined not...

New Boss In Europe For Expat IFA deVere

A new face is taking over the helm in Europe for one of the world's leading financial services companies. James Green will move into his...

Political Uncertainty Set To Push Up Gold Price

The price of gold is set to rise as political uncertainty grips Europe and the USA, says a trade body for gold producers. The World...

Will Brexit Impact On QROPS For Expats?

A common question from expats is about how Brexit will impact on a Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS). So far, the British government nor...

Trade Deal Death May Herald Future Of Brexit Talks

The long running trade deal discussions between the US and the European Union have broken down according to diplomats. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership...

Voodoo Banks May Charge Customers For Keeping Their Cash

British banks are readying to work some voodoo in an effort to drum up profits from their business customers. The Royal Bank of Scotland and...

EU Plans For New Pension Under Fire

Plans to introduce a new European personal pension have come under fire from a financial trade body speaking for leading insurance firms. Insurance Europe has...

Business News Round Up – Wednesday, March 2, 2016

A round-up of the day’s most important business news stories from around the world with links to more detailed information Free banking is a ‘brilliant...

Bitcoin Crackdown To Tackle Terrorism

Europe wants to strip away the cloak of anonymity from virtual currency transactions to expose criminals and terrorists. Online transactions for currencies such as Bitcoin...

Referendum 2016 Frenzy Kicks Off With Draft EU Deal

David Cameron is not the first British prime minister to return from Europe waving a piece of paper hailed as a breakthrough in our...

New Mortgage Rules May Curb Expat Borrowing

An overlooked clause in the new European Union Mortgage Credit Directive could see thousands of expats barred from taking out a home loan. While lenders...

Spain And France Top Expat Retirement Choices

Spain and France are still the most popular retirement destinations for British expats, according to a new survey. Spain led the way with 24% of...

What is the OECD?

The Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is like a global think tank for advancing ideas and policy for the leading developed nations. Based...

What is the European Economic Area?

The European Economic Area or EEA is a group of countries that allow the free movement of people, goods, services and finance within the...

Liberland – The Country Built On Crowdfunding

Applications are underway for people who want to become citizens of the European micronation Liberland. The new nation was found in April 2015 when founder...