QROPS BULLETIN - MAY 2014
Contributed by QROPSChoice.com
13 May, 2014
The majority of articles in the last few weeks have focused on the UK budget and its perceived impact on the QROPS industry. Many of these are of the ‘doom and gloom’ variety, so I’ve omitted those which are particularly hysterical. Seemingly, there are a few conundrums stemming from the UK Changes and these are the articles I’ve concentrated on here.
For example there are articles here referring to possible future actions for DB Schemes and public service Schemes, as well as the Chancellor now allowing 100% cash withdrawal in the UK, and the possibility of this being allowed under QROPS rules too, (not holding my breath on this one).
There is also an article about the FOS and possible retrospective action against UK Advisers for not giving QROPS advice. They’re non-committal at this stage, but we understand this could be a real possibility – watch this space.
We are a multi-jurisdictional QROPS/QNUPS provider with UK based consultants and structures available in IOM, Malta, Gibraltar and Guernsey. We have not written the featured articles and nor do we endorse them in any way.
- QROPS: Some pros and cons:
- The inexorable rise of the QROPS industry:
- Article about QROPS and the recent UK Budget:
- Article about DB Schemes and QROPS:
- Article about QROPS advice and UK Advisers:
- Article about Budget changes and QROPS in New Zealand:
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