Are you aware that Barclays is no longer servicing expats?
If you hold a Barclays SIPP you may have been informed that the firm has recently made the decision to stop allowing expats to trade their Barclays SIPP.
This means that for you, the expat investor, growing your pension overseas has just become a lot harder. Revoking the ability to trade your Barclays SIPP as an expat means that you no longer have control over your pension investment choices.
So you’ve been paying £5.95 to £11.95 to deal shares, £155 a year in fees plus a 0.35% per annum fund administration fee for a SIPP with no form of management or adviser just to be dropped for being an expat.
Transfer your SIPP
Consequently, now could be the perfect time to transfer your Barclays SIPP out of Barclays and to a far more ‘expat friendly’ scheme.
Get your Barclays SIPP working hard for you so that you can enjoy the retirement you’ve worked your entire life for.
Speak to Harrison Brook
- Reduced Fees – We’ll take away the pain of searching the market for the best SIPP available and suitable to your requirements. Reduced Fees will be a part of this.
- Portfolio Management – We will assess your current Barclays SIPP and analyse its performance. When we move you to an expat-friendly SIPP this will help us ensure top performance.
- Fully International – Experienced expat advisers will be there to help no matter where life takes you.
- Frequent Reviews – Quarterly full client portfolio reviews to ensure your money is doing the best it can.
- Regulated – Regulated to the highest level.
- Online Platform – Using our online platform means you can keep a close eye on your pension.
Harrison Brook financial advisers are a fully regulated, market leading team of international advisers. Our services range from pension transfers to life insurance. For any financial needs contact Harrison Brook today and receive free impartial advice.
The information contained herein is for informational purposes only which is subject to change and should not be relied upon. You should seek advice from a professional adviser before embarking on any financial planning activity.