Guides to offshore investments and retirement planning
These Guides provide a range of general information as well as more detail about the use of cross-border investments. Click on the specific Guide to open as a pdf document.
AILO's Guide to Offshore Bonds is a comprehensive explanation of how offshore bonds work. There are two versions of this document, one intended for IFAs, and one intended for the IFA's UK-resident clients.
- The UK Adviser's guide to using cross-border bonds for investment flexibility
- Client guide to cross-border investment bonds
The AILO Retirement Age Guide is a cross-border guide to investing in life assurance products on behalf of clients of retirement age. It is available in several languages.
The AILO IFA Guide to Retirement Solutions is a guide to the suitability of cross-border life products in retirement planning for UK professional advisers.
The AILO Investor Protection Guide is an overview of life insurance policy holder protection measures in Guernsey, the Isle of Man, Ireland, Luxembourg and UK. The document is written for professional advisers.
- Investor Protection Guide
- Summary of policyholder protection in Guernsey, the Isle of Man, Ireland, Luxembourg and UK
AILO's guide to making a complaint is intended for customers investing in cross-border life assurance products. It is available in several languages.
AILO Corporate Brochure
The AILO Corporate Brochure summarises the information found on the website about the work of AILO, what it does, its mission and objectives.
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