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Emma Cockerton, CEO of Florin Pensions

Florin Pensions Co-sponsors ‘Brits and Aussies in the Bay’ Live Webinar

Florin Pensions is delighted to be co-sponsoring this upcoming ‘Brits and Aussies in the Bay’ live webinar event covering the topics of immigration, international tax, UK pensions/superannuation, and more. Our CEO Emma Cockerton will be part of a panel of experts advising expats on transferring their UK pension plans. This is a great opportunity to […]

COVID-19 Update

As you may have seen in the news yesterday, the public health officers of seven California Bay Area jurisdictions issued a legal order directing residents to shelter at home for three weeks beginning March 17, 2020. The order limits activity, travel and business functions to only the most essential needs. Given the rapidly changing environment […]

Florin Pensions at Upcoming Brits in the Bay Events

Florin Pensions is delighted to be sponsoring two upcoming Brits in the Bay events covering the topics of tax, immigrations, pensions, and more. Our CEO Emma Cockerton will be part of a panel of experts advising expats on transferring their UK pension plans. This is a great opportunity to get your questions answered and connect […]

Britevents Northwest: A Special Event Covering Tax, Immigration, and UK Pensions for Expats

15 January, 2020 5:30pm – 7:30pm The University Club of Portland 1225 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97204 Whether you are new to the Pacific Northwest, or have been here a while, there are things you need to know to ensure success with your tax planning, immigration status and current and future finances. Navigating the […]

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Thomas Cook Collapse Creates Uncertainty for their UK Defined Benefit Pension Members

British tourists are not the only people left in the lurch with the recent collapse of iconic British travel agency Thomas Cook. Members of the company’s four UK defined benefit (DB) pension schemes are waiting to see how the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) will be able to protect the schemes’ 13,500 members. As reported in […]