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deVere Group, an independent financial advisory organisation, has launched its investment strategy division.

The division will be headed by Tom Elliott, a former executive director at JP Morgan Asset Management, who has 25 years’ experience in the financial sector. He was appointed deVere Group’s international investment strategist in 2013.
 
The founder and chief executive of deVere Group, Nigel Green, says: “We’re thrilled to announce the introduction of deVere Investment Strategy, a free service that aims to help investors better understand the economic, political and social factors that drive capital markets, and which in turn influence returns on portfolios.
 
“This pioneering service, which offers a comprehensive view of global economies, regular updates on current stock markets and fixed income trends, in-depth analysis and detailed outlooks from Tom Elliott, one of the best-known and experienced experts in his field, is unlike any other in our sector.
 
“We’re confident that deVere Investment Strategy will be a powerful tool in helping our clients make informed investment decisions.”
 
Elliott says: “After months of strategic planning, research and development, I’m incredibly excited about the introduction of this trailblazing service that requires no fees or logins and that I hope will add real value to investors.
 
“An informed investor is a smarter investor and as such I look forward to delivering timely and relevant commentaries.”

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