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Blacktower’s Nexus Funds Show Rapid Acceleration

The Nexus Portfolios are actively managed by David Miller and Nick Davis, Investment Directors of Quilter Cheviot.

‘This milestone has been reached by working closely with Nexus to deliver a portfolio to its clients that is truly and globally diversified, with strong and robust risk management,’ stated Miller.

‘It is with considerable pride that we can report these tremendous figures,’

John Westwood, Founder of Blacktower Group and Group Managing Director commented: 

‘While we celebrate the emphatic success of such an achievement, we are acutely aware that the hard work does not stop here. There is great appetite for adviser-driven, expertly managed DFM fund solutions internationally, and we are dedicated to servicing this demand with an innovative approach to wealth preservation and capital growth.’

Blacktower Groups’ Nexus Global is presently the only IFA network to have gained Network Membership status with The Federation of European Independent Financial Advisers (FEIFA), and was established in 2010 to provide a global financial advice network for independent operators.

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Details of McGregor’s estate opportunity to remember Cayman Islands work

It has been revealed that Harvey McGregor, the lawyer who innovated Grand Cayman as a tax planning centre for high net worth individuals, inspiring the growth of the financial services community in the Caribbean islands, has left an estate worth £1.4 million to his long-term partner.

McGregor had such a profound impact on the Cayman Islands wealth management sector that it is now home to the world’s fifth largest banking sector while also at the forefront of the expat financial services industry; with both Blacktower and Rothschilds having offices in the British Overseas Territory. It is also ranked as the world’s second leading tax planning destination, behind only Luxembourg and, in testament to the work of McGregor, has the highest standard of living in all of the Caribbean.

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Buying residential property overseas in 2017 post-Trump with Brexit influences

Advice on buying overseas property from financial expert Simon Conn:

After the “shocks” of 2016, how will the overseas property market be affected in 2017 and will the most popular areas still be of interest? Although the Trump and Brexit decisions did have an initial effect on clients potentially purchasing an overseas property – where some people have deferred until the markets have settled down in the USA after the Presidential inauguration and Article 50 is finally implemented – others have seen this as a good time to look for opportunities and bargains available in the market.

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