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MGI worldwide admits its first wealth management practise in the UK & Ireland region


Fiduciary Wealth Management, a Gibraltar based firm, has become the first wealth management practise to join MGI worldwide.

The firm focuses on the management of investment portfolios, but also offers services including, tax residency options, UK pension transfers, retirement planning strategies, expatriate services, and asset risk management services.

 Fiduciary Wealth Management’s director Andrew Hosking said: “The kudos and credibility that comes with membership of a global accounting network will help us drive new leads and opportunities for business collaboration, while also helping to support knowledge sharing and enabling Fiduciary Wealth Management to tap into the resources of the larger group.”

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