Investors can now access financial information from anywhere in the world
Moneynet International has revamped its website, enabling investors to access detailed global financial information no matter where they live.
The website, www.money-netinternational.com, a sister site to the UK's moneynet.co.uk and studentmoneynet.co.uk, provides information on a range of products and enables interactive product searches.
The site features two distinct areas, one global finance and the other country guides, which include specialist directories that provide contact details for accountants, solicitors, estate agents, investment companies, tax and relocation specialist within each country.
Guernsey-based intermediary Martin Gray Insurance works in conjunction with the site to provide information that covers a variety of subjects, including property and insurance.
The country guides offer 14 different offshore investment areas, including Australia, Isle of Man, Bermuda, France, Germany, Switzerland, Jersey and Hong Kong.
Richard Brown, managing director of moneyinternational, said: 'Following user feedback we decided to revamp the website to deal with a broader spectrum of issues for those looking to invest abroad. We believe the result is an easy-to-understand financial resource centre, which covers all areas of interest for investors, business travellers and anyone looking to move or invest overseas.'
The products section includes detailed information and articles on a range of issues and savings vehicles. These include instant access and notice accounts, term accounts, credit and debit cards, expatriate health insurance, savings plans, life assurance and retirement planning.
For example, under private medical expatriate insurance, the article, written by Leslie Smith, associate chairman and managing director at Medibroker International, explains the need for expatriate insurance, as well as the relevant issues surrounding the product. There are also links that lead the user to a screen where they can obtain a quote of the product of their choice.
The international website was originally launched in June last year and targeted at investors, expats and non-UK nationals, while moneynet. co.uk was launched in 1997, covering UK financial products including PMI and personal loans.
The group's student-specific site, launched in March, aims to offer students search facilities for bank accounts, borrowing and savings accounts and information relevant to lifestyles such as travel and jobs.
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