QROPS Recovery

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QROPS

Due to the systematic miss-selling of these products the HMRC (Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs) introduced new legislation last year to protect investors and stem the flow of transfers.

Were unfortunate enough to entrust the management of your pension assets to a so-called financial adviser with no investment knowledge or experience?

Were you advised to transfer your accrued UK pension benefits into a Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS)?

Are you aware that the commissions and charges levied by your current financial adviser can have a devastating impact on your retirement income?

Were you sold a structured note within your QROPS? If so, are you aware that structured notes are highly complex derivatives, with an inherent potential for significant capital loss? Investment professionals have deemed these products as unsuitable and inappropriate to hold within your pension.

QROPS Recovery Programme

The QROPS Recovery Programme (“QRP”) was developed by ICHOR Partners to help expatriates who transferred their Pension benefits offshore.

The QRP is a proprietary analytical tool that looks at specific charges applicable to your individual plan and compares stated value to actual encashment value (“real value”). It then reviews historical performance in order to estimate the potential return. Depending on the information provided by the client it will also look for hidden charges and costs that are being taken by your existing financial adviser. Once this base line has been established, the QRP then creates a recovery programme, specific to your individual circumstances.
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To Receive your Personal QROPS Review complete the following

QROPS REVIEW - Request for Report

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