European CEO

Cross-border asset protection

Hypermobility and global turbulence have led to more assets being held abroad than ever before. Expert partners, like Intercorp Group, are essential in facilitating this for clients and helping them to make the right choices

Over the last couple of years, there has been significant growth in the asset protection industry. Following the 2008 financial crisis, the ramifications of which are still being felt in much of Europe, high-net-worth families are increasingly looking for ways to protect their assets. Furthermore, recent bouts of global economic instability (including current concerns in many emerging markets) and a number of political upheavals around the world have compounded such worries. For high-net-worth individuals, making money is only the half of the problem of wealth. Equally vital, in turbulent times especially, is the ability to effectively safeguard wealth and protect assets against liabilities arising from new investments.

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To face an unpredictable economy, clients must use a reliable consultancy

Intercorp is built on the idea that consultancies should remain loyal and responsible to their clients. In an unpredictable financial world, such a service is becoming more and more vital

Tax consultancies are often too quick to absolve themselves from any responsibility when it comes to poor decision-making. That’s our belief at Intercorp Group, where our ambition is to provide clients with access to a global network of professionals and offer solutions befitting of their unique circumstances. In a global economy made more complex by ever-changing regulatory restrictions and growing financial pressures, insightful expertise of this kind is essential, if only to better understand the international market and avert the many pitfalls contained within it.

Real-world solutions
Intercorp Group was founded on the premise that consultants should be responsible and accept the risks of their own advice. Clients need to be able to rely on us as specialists, and trust in our pledge to both coordinate implementation and bear the consequences of our advice. Our key aim is to integrate the client/consultant relationship and promote united objectives, high standards and trust. 

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