Nigel Green deVere

July 10, 2019
Cryptocurrencies should bolster Brexit Britain’s troubled financial services sector premium
As I have been quoted as saying in Coin Telegraph amongst many other publications, cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin should play an important role in reforming and reviving the UK’s financial services sector after Brexit. For the first time since the 2016 Brexit referendum, the UK economy has showed signs of contraction, driving speculation of a recession in Britain. In addition, it also follows Bitcoin, the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market Read More
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Nigel Green
July 3, 2019
deVere poll: 55% of us regularly use fintech premium
A global poll recently undertaken by deVere has revealed over half of banking and financial customers across the globe use fintech products and services. 55 per cent of the 883 people surveyed, from the UK, Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America and Australasia ‘regularly use financial technology to access and manage their money.’ Even looking back two or three years, that figure would have been substantially lower. The fact that 55 per cent of people polled regularly use Read More
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Nigel Green
June 11, 2019
CEO Monthly award winner: Most Influential CEO of the Year, 2019 premium
This year’s CEO Monthly awards have been announced and I’m delighted to say I won the accolade: Business Elite 2019 Most Influential CEO of the Year, 2019 – International I am incredibly honoured to receive this award from such a prestigious publication and to be recognised for my work and dedication to the financial services industry. However, as I say regularly, I couldn’t do it alone! This latest award is also for the amazing teams at deVere Read More
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Nigel Green
May 17, 2019
Britain’s wealthy consider moving assets overseas due to Brexit and Corbyn fears premium
Wealthy Brits and rich international investors are more fearful of a Corbyn government than they are of Brexit, with a growing number of them contemplating moving their wealth overseas. Indeed, since the start of 2019 an increasing number of deVere clients have been telling our advisers that they fear the harmful effects of a Jeremy Corbyn-led government more so than Brexit, in regard to their wealth. As deVere’s international investment strategist, Tom Read More
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Nigel Green
April 24, 2019
Bitcoin to test key $6,000 mark, setting the market direction for the year premium
Bitcoin will soon put the vital $6,000 price support to the test, bolstering confidence in the wider crypto market. Over the past 24 hours we’ve seen the price of Bitcoin increase by 4.3 per cent, whereas in the past month the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalisation hiked close to 40 per cent from $3,900 to $5,630. As I told Newsmax amongst others, looking at technical analysis, as well as long-term indicators such as the Moving Average Read More
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Nigel Green
April 29, 2015
Maturity of Autocallable Notes bring big returns for deVere clients premium
It was a big day for  many of deVere Group’s clients yesterday, as news that the UBS Developed Markets Autocallable 1 Note and Goldman Sachs US, Europe and Hong Kong Autocallable 15 Note matured after 12 months in operation. In the case of the UBS Developed Markets Autocallable 1 Note, as well as receiving their initial full capital back, deVere clients invested in this note will receive returns of 10.40% for $US and 10.80% for GBP. It was a big day for  Read More
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Nigel Green
October 28, 2014
Video interviews with International Adviser premium
Towards the end of last month, I was invited to be the keynote speaker at International Adviser’s International Fund Links Forum, held at London’s Corinthia Hotel. Following my speech, I was interviewed by Simon Danaher, International Adviser’s online editor.  Towards the end of last month, I was invited to be the keynote speaker at International Adviser’s International Fund Links Forum, held at London’s Corinthia Hotel. Following my speech, I was interviewed by Read More
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Nigel Green
October 2, 2014
FATCA: Three months on… premium
Since it was rolled out three months ago yesterday, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, known as FATCA, has encountered some problems.  As predicted. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is reportedly falling short on international tax collections, and a number of weaknesses have been highlighted in Uncle Sam’s collection program as a whole. Since it was rolled out three months ago yesterday, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, known as FATCA, has encountered some problems.  As predicted. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is reportedly falling Read More
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Nigel Green