INFINITE INSIGHTS

Our financial advice blog is updated weekly with expert tips and fun facts.
The interdependency of humans and nature is becoming increasingly evident as the climate crisis looms ever larger. Every individual, business and industry is feeling the effects of biodiversity loss. Duncan Taylor, Infinity’s compliance offer, takes a look at how the insurance industry is addressing the challenges it faces as a result of climate-related events. The…
Expat health insurance is vital for expatriates in Asia. Public hospitals in Asia may be inexpensive (although this is not always the case) but the standard of care will almost certainly not be on a par with what you will find in Europe or the US. They suffer from a lack of funding and equipment…
On 6th September 2022, Liz Truss became Britain’s fourth prime minister in just over six years. She has seized power in the midst of an energy crisis, with inflation soaring, the pound tumbling, an NHS on its knees, striking workers and Putin flexing his muscles across Europe. So far, markets have not responded well to…
The technological revolution we are currently experiencing has brought many advantages to both businesses and individuals. However, where technology has encroached into every single part of our lives, cybercrime has quickly followed. It’s a major problem for the financial services industry and many financial institutions have turned to AI to tackle it. Cybercrime – a…

RETIREMENT PLANNING

More Retirement Advice
15th September is National Pension Awareness Day in the UK, with a whole week dedicated to pension awareness events. This is a hugely important subject so why not make September the month that you review your pension arrangements and work out whether you are retirement ready, even if you don’t live in the UK? Reviewing…
Many UK expatriates are unaware that they remain eligible for a full UK state pension, even after they move overseas. But for some of you time is running out to backpay certain gaps in your National Insurance contributions. You may need to take action now to lock in your eligibility. Trevor Keidan explains. The UK…
Since the global financial crisis of 2008 prices have remained relatively stable in most of the developed world. But now inflation is back and it’s not good news for many retired British expatriates. We take a look at the reasons why and discuss how to future-proof your retirement. Global inflation is rising Since the global…
The interdependency of humans and nature is becoming increasingly evident as the climate crisis looms ever larger. Every individual, business and industry is feeling the effects of biodiversity loss. Duncan Taylor, Infinity’s compliance offer, takes a look at how the insurance industry is addressing the challenges it faces as a result of climate-related events. The…
Expat health insurance is vital for expatriates in Asia. Public hospitals in Asia may be inexpensive (although this is not always the case) but the standard of care will almost certainly not be on a par with what you will find in Europe or the US. They suffer from a lack of funding and equipment…
Dr Sok Siphana’s world was turned upside down in February 2020 when he was diagnosed with throat cancer. It’s no exaggeration to say that medical insurance saved his life. And, shortly afterwards, it did the same for his son. Dr Sok shared the moving story of how his family survived two cancer diagnoses, in the…

International Investment Awards 2019 Fantastic Recognition For Infinity

Last week movers and shakers within the financial services industry gathered at Gibson Hall in London for a glittering ceremony, hosted by up-and-coming comedian, Suzi Ruffell, for the presentation of this year’s International Investment Awards.

Infinity Wins Two Global Business Outlook Awards

Excellence in business is something that we continually strive for so it is gratifying to be rewarded by not one but two Global Business Outlook awards which recognise exactly that.