NZ Pensions offers professional UK Pension transfer services to immigrants and New Zealand nationals returning from overseas.
NZ Pensions is a trading name of Insurance and Investment Services Ltd (FSP697311). As a Financial Advice Provider (FAP), Insurance and Investment Services Ltd is licensed under clause 73 of Schedule 4 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 to provide a financial adviser service.
In operating our financial adviser service, the Financial Markets Conduct (Regulated Financial Advice Disclosure) Amendment Regulations 2020 require us to provide important disclosure information to help you make important financial decisions. Information must be provided in writing on request, and is free of charge.
Also see ‘About Us and our Services‘ for details on who we are, the way we operate and how we can help you.
Our principal Financial Adviser, Norm Waldon, is registered under the NZ Financial Services Providers Register (FSPR) as Adviser FSP76483. Norm is also a member of Financial Advice New Zealand (FANZ), and he has had 19 years experience successfully transferring UK Pensions to New Zealand.
Norm will personally work with you to achieve the smooth, efficient and hassle free transfer of your UK Pension – see our testimonial section to hear how others fund their transfer experience with NZ Pensions.
Office Manager and UK Pensions Administrator, Linda Dawson, supports Norm and coordinates our systems and processes to ensure we provide you with the best service possible, both during the transfer process and once your funds have successfully arrived in New Zealand.
NZ Pensions is a trading name of Insurance and Investment Services Ltd. NZ Pensions uses registered NZ Superannuation schemes which are Qualifying Recognized Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS) registered by Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC) in the UK. The use of these schemes mean there are no UK tax deductions upon exit from UK registered pension schemes for onwards transfer to New Zealand.
NZ Pensions does not give taxation or legal advice – there can sometimes be NZ taxation implications for pension transfers undertaken once a migrant’s 4 year residency period has elapsed, and we always recommend that you obtain the appropriate independent taxation and legal advice as applicable.
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