Post-Brexit Investment Advice | Residents in France with British Pensions

Are you an expat in France? Take action now and keep your UK pension safe!

Holders of British pensions and investments living in France still need to receive regulated advice. The Aisa Group is regulated in both France and the UK, so we are perfectly placed to help you with your expat retirement planning now Britain has left the EU.

If you receive financial advice, you could be over £40,000 better off* in the future – and these gains could be even greater where poor advice has previously been received. In the wake of Brexit, it is more important than ever to seek expert guidance on what is best for you.

Watch our video to find out more about Post-Brexit Advice in France

Post-Brexit Investment Advice | Residents in France with British Pension

*According to ILC report ‘The Value of Financial Advice’ (2017).


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    If you are resident in France, or you are considering retiring to France from the UK, we can guide you on how your pension options might be affected by Brexit. Don’t get caught out now Britain has left the EU.

    If you have £150,000 or more in your pension or investments, our award-winning advisers can:

    tick Provide information on your options, including comprehensive knowledge of French and UK products.

    tickExplain why you should consider retaining your UK pension.

    tickAdvise on which products are suitable if a transfer is recommended.

    tickHelp you avoid large transfer charges and unnecessary taxes after Brexit.

    For more information view our video or obtain our brochure written by dual-regulated expert advisers.
    Brexit does not mean the end to quality accessible advice.

    Expats have lots to consider – but don’t ignore your pension!
    Questions you should ask:

    tickShould you transfer your UK pension or leave it where it is?

    tickHow to avoid paying tax twice on your pension income?

    tickHow to manage your pension investments if outside the UK?

    tickWhat happens if your beneficiaries live in another country?

    tickThe difference between QROPS and International SIPPs?

    tickThe best way to access your pension overseas after Brexit?

    Over 200 independent judges have presented Aisa Group with 20+ International & UK Awards making us the choice of professionals for pension and investment advice since 2009.