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Welcome to RMC Client Services
RMC Client Services are Independent Offshore Investment Consultants, we provide independent advice to expatriates about taking advantage of their status and providing guidance to maximize returns in the most tax efficient ways for each individual client.

We do not handle any client money nor do we have our own range of funds.

We generally will not advise our clients to invest in a financial institution unless it has at least US $1billion under management and has adequate investor protection in place.

Our business has flourished by having rigid rules and principles about client service and by providing the best impartial and independent advice for each of our clients.

We do not charge our clients fees for the service that we provide, however the institutions that we place business with will pay our company an introducers fee or a commission depending on the sort of investment that is made. This fee is not in addition to normal fees that the institutions would charge the client directly, and therefore our services are provided at no additional cost to the investor.

Unlike many of our competitors, we are not owned, or partly owned by another company or financial institution such as a Bank or Insurance Group. This means that the advice that we provide is completely impartial and unbiased, based completely on the individual needs and requirements of our clients with no one product provider or fund manager getting priority over another. Our Service is "Client Specific" Our independence enables us to look at all investments and pension schemes available in the offshore marketplace, however our principle areas of advice concentrate on lump sum investments, education fees planning, regular saving programs and retirement planning for individuals and company schemes.

There is a bewildering range of investments on offer from financial institutions, many claiming to offer the perfect solution for every person, we all know that this cannot possibly be true for every individual, so even the most sophisticated investor requires independent advice from a specialist, and not every advisor can be a specialist in every avenue of Financial Planning, which is why RMC Client Services only specialize in one sector of the investment market "Offshore Investments".

It is our proud claim that Over 65% of our client bank are expatriates that work within financial services themselves who value good professional advice without the PUSH.

 
 
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