Have you transferred your UK and Irish pensions to a QROPS in Malta with any of the following offshore brokers? 
deVere, Holborn assets, AES, Forth Capital or Alexander Forbes.

  • If you have then you should definitely be aware that it is all change this year for Malta QROPS as the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) have made some fundamental changes to their pension rules, which will affect thousands of Irish savers. Crucially these new pension changes stipulate that all advisers must be regulated in the jurisdiction where their clients are based. 
  • Therefore as of 1st July 2019 any Irish savers who have previously transferred their UK pension to a QROPS in Malta must ensure that their adviser is based and licensed in Ireland. This is particularly relevant for anyone who completed their UK pension transfer through an offshore broker, such as Holborn assets, deVere or AES International, Alexander Forbes or Forth Capital. 

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QROPS Countdown


While the 1st July-19 deadline is less than a month away, by acting now you can ensure you don't get caught out by these critical regulatory changes. If you are unsure of how these new rules effect you and your pension assets speak to one of our expert, local advisers today. 

At Imperius we believe in providing personalised advice to meet the individual needs and ambitions of each one of our clients. To find out if your pension transfer complies with these latest MFSA changes simply fill out the form above and one of our dual-qualified advisors will give you a complimentary callback. 

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MFSA, 2019, https://www.mfsa.com.mt/