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Investing in Traded Endowment is Safer than buying a Property in Singapore Print E-mail

3 Feb 2008 - In Singapore, almost anyone can be a Property agent, there is currently STILL No requirement for them to be properly qualified, certified and regulated.

UK Traded Endowment is STRICTLY Regulated in UK with all its requisite protection and safeguards, including a Financial Compensation Scheme that protects over 90% of the Cash Value of the Policy even in the event of the WORST Case Scenario of the collapse of the UK Insurer.

On the other hand, S'pore Endowment enjoys ZERO Protection and many Singaporeans have NO qualms about buying S'pore Endowment policies!

Gues what, how many years have you been buying properties?

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AVIVA TO GROW AGGRESSIVELY ACCORDING TO NEW STRATEGY Print E-mail
TEP – 20 November 2007

Insurance group Aviva has today announced a direct growth strategy for the business over the coming twelve months. Chief Executive Andrew Moss rolled out the programme dubbed ‘One Aviva, twice the value’ which will see the firm grow its business domestically and overseas.

The move marks Aviva’s notable shift towards expansion over the last few months, with a specific focus on developing into international markets. With the commencement of the programme will come a more aggressive corporate attitude within Aviva, driving for greater efficiency and cost savings through expansion.

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DOLLAR WEAKEN ON FEARS GULF WILL ABANDON Print E-mail

TEP - 15 November 2007

Pegs policy becoming untenable as oil-rich states face soaring property and food prices, writes Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

The dollar has slumped again on fears that the oil-rich Gulf states will ditch their US currency pegs, setting off a massive realignment of the global currency system and a flight from dollar assets across Asia.

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BANK OF ENGLAND SIGNAL RATE CUT Print E-mail

TEP – 15 November 2007

The Bank of England has given its clearest signal yet that interest rates have peaked and will need to be cut next year as the UK economy slows.

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PEARL POLICYHOLERS AND OWNERS TO SHARE 500M SUPLUS Print E-mail

TEP – 15 November 2007

Entrepreneur Hugh Osmond and the other owners of life insurer Pearl stand to share £50m as part of a carve-up of £500m surplus cash sitting in its with-profits fund.

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