QROPS BULLETIN - FEBRUARY 2014
Contributed by QROPSChoice.com
17 February, 2014
This Bulletin is meant for Professional Advisers and members of the public should take advice
There is a mixed bag of articles in this months selection. There are interesting articles about the need for full QROPS due diligence both Jurisdiction and Provider; an article regarding a conflict in Malta about whether UK expats should be allowed to take pension payments before age 55. In addition there is an article about how the Gibraltar Regulator is looking to tighten up its approach to the setting up and administration of its QROP Schemes.
There is also a timely article about QROPS and the Lifetime Allowance, but interestingly no mention of QNUPS, which is also pertinent in this context.
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- Article highlighting schemes by jurisdiction
- Article highlighting the need to do QROPS due diligence
- QROPS and the Lifetime Allowance/Commercial Property
- QROPS and taking pensions pre 55
- Gibraltar looking at its QROPS arrangements
- Article looking at the suitability of specific jurisdictions
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