The team at deVere Germany tell me that, unsurprisingly, there’s a feeling of elation across the country today and that they and their expat clients are thrilled by Germany’s well-deserved World Cup win.
Germany took the title following Mario Gotze’s winning goal in extra-time in last night’s World Cup final against Argentina.
A sterling performance throughout the tournament saw Germany through to the end, and become the first European squad to claim the trophy in South America.
A merited victory for the team, and one that echoes Germany’s success in becoming one of the most important business centres on the continent and having the world’s fourth-largest economy.
With offices in Hamburg, Frankfurt and Munich, deVere Germany, part of deVere Group, one of the world’s leading independent financial advisory organisations, recently launched a recruitment drive to cater for the increasing demand for our wealth management solutions and cross-border financial advice from expat clients and investors.
For instance, as the number of expats in Germany continues to rise, as the associated benefits become more known, and the [overseas pension] sector matures, the popularity of QROPS (Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes) is on a consistently upward trend.
The team at deVere Germany also confirm there are sure signs of stable economic growth and greater confidence in the markets from investors throughout Europe. Personally, I’ve witnessed first-hand a re-energised, stronger sense of economic recovery during my recent travels throughout the ‘Old Continent’. There’s a definite sense of renewed optimism and certainty in Western Europe, as I recently blogged.
And Germany’s World Cup win is the icing on the cake.