Holborn Management Services Pty Limited in South Africa is part of the Holborn Assets group of companies. Established in 1999 Holborn Assets are a leading International financial services company specialising in independent financial advice to the expatriate market.
With over 60 qualified professional advisers adhering to the company´s mission which is to ensure that you get quality independent advice and service, that your money is put in the right place at the right time and that you are treated with integrity and respect.
Holborn Assets has associations with the industry’s leading institutions that bring together the investment expertise of a select group of international money management firms – all who are known throughout the industry for their experience and strong track records.
In South Africa our focus is on the UK Pension Transfer market (QROPS) and our team of highly qualified pension specialists will be able to advise you on the options available to move your UK Pension Offshore. The Holborn Assets South Africa team are fully supported by the main office based in Dubai, UAE.
For more details please see our Pension Transfer area.
Visit www.holbornassets.com to learn more about the organisation.
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