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Open your savings account

Open your savings account Saving on a regular basis is one of the most effective ways of generating growth whilst mitigating market volatility.  We have written many articles on this topic and the majority of SuisseRock clients have a savings plan in place. No matter what your financial goal a regular savings plan will compliment your existing portfolios and help you achieve these goals even sooner. The most common reasons our clients save are retirement, children’s education or simply wealth…

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What Is A Structured Product?

What Is A Structured Product? When considering investing your hard earned capital, we believe it is fair to say we all know diversification is an important strategy, when trying to maximise returns whilst reducing risk.  This could include multiple asset classes, currencies and institutions.  However, what we have found is that very few investors are aware of, or have utilised structured investments. So what is a structured investment? A structured investment is a contract with an issuing bank offering a…

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Market Update

Market Update After a 2018 that saw global equities struggling for direction in the first half, then reaching recent highs in August only to suffer a tech led sell off wiping out any gains across practically all asset classes, 2019 got off to a strong start led again by tech stocks but this time with a positive curve. The question now as always is where do we go from here? Much will be decided in the short term by ongoing…

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Ask Us A Question

? ? Ask Us A Question ? ? Being an expatriate in Switzerland can leave us with many unanswered questions.  Whether you want to understand the Three Pillar pension system or have a question about retirement planning, simply ask your question below and we will respond to you. Alternatively you can contact us directly and speak with one of our advisors who will be happy to help you. Leave you question below

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Final salary pension deficit of biggest listed firms in UK ‘hits £137bn’

Final salary pension deficit of biggest listed firms in UK ‘hits £137bn’ Consultancy says combined deficit has trebled from £39bn in previous year despite stock market ending year on high The FTSE 100 ended 2016 at an all-time high. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images Rupert Jones The combined final salary pension deficit of the UK’s 350 largest listed companies more than trebled to reach £137bn in 2016, despite the stock market ending the year on a high, according to a leading…

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