Momentum places top on QROPS comparison website
Published: 03 Jul 2015
Momentum Pensions has successfully earned the top spot among leading QROPS providers on expat-targeted comparison website MyExpatMoney.com. Voted on by the website’s independent network of financial advisers, Momentum gained top marks ahead of four other companies in three different categories, including cost, service rating and overall rating. A more detailed analysis covers the reasons why the Group is the choice trustee for the reviewers, and is available to read here.
MyExpatMoney.com is an independent website that gives expatriates an unbiased review of different products and services, as rated by a network of financial advisers. The website covers pensions, portfolio management, tax planning and other expat-targeted services. The QROPS comparison table can be viewed by clicking here.
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