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Sources of International Financial Advice

Old Apr 17th 2010, 10:21 pm
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Anyone had any good experiences with financial advisors in the lead up to immigration to Canada?

Looking for advise on setting up accounts, transfering money and also arranging mortgages. With respect to mortgage I'm particularly interested in looking into the option of releasing equity in my UK home (which I'll be renting out) to reduce the amount I need to borrow for a new home in Vancouver area.

Anyone used financial advisors from banks like HSBC or do most go to independent specialists?

Thanks in advance.
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Old May 3rd 2010, 11:32 am
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Originally Posted by Tiger_Quimpo
Anyone had any good experiences with financial advisors in the lead up to immigration to Canada?

Looking for advise on setting up accounts, transfering money and also arranging mortgages. With respect to mortgage I'm particularly interested in looking into the option of releasing equity in my UK home (which I'll be renting out) to reduce the amount I need to borrow for a new home in Vancouver area.

Anyone used financial advisors from banks like HSBC or do most go to independent specialists?

Thanks in advance.
I've worked with quite a few expats who have used HSBC and have had no complaints. With regards to a mortgage it would be better to use the services of a mortgage broker who would be able to shop around for a good rate.
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Old May 3rd 2010, 12:57 pm
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Originally Posted by Tiger_Quimpo
Anyone had any good experiences with financial advisors in the lead up to immigration to Canada?

Looking for advise on setting up accounts, transfering money and also arranging mortgages. With respect to mortgage I'm particularly interested in looking into the option of releasing equity in my UK home (which I'll be renting out) to reduce the amount I need to borrow for a new home in Vancouver area.

Anyone used financial advisors from banks like HSBC or do most go to independent specialists?

Thanks in advance.
Most figure it out for themselves it seems. You should find all you need on this website. Banks are only going to offer you their products, not independent advice.
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