LOGIN or JOIN
information for global expats



News Archive

Home » News » Companies Join Forces On Services For Overseas Property Buyers

Companies Join Forces On Services For Overseas Property Buyers

By Fiona Moore, for ExpatBriefing.com
10 December, 2014

 

Moneycorp, a UK-based international payments specialist, and Hiscox, a global insurance provider, have signed a deal which they say will provide exclusive benefits to customers wanting to buy, manage and safeguard properties abroad.

The two firms have entered a three-year strategic partnership. The move means that Hiscox customers who open an account before March 30, 2015 will be able to make their first international payment without incurring a transaction fee. In return, Moneycorp customers will be eligible for an exclusive Hiscox overseas home insurance policy, as well as discounted UK home insurance cover.

Robert Moore, who is Head of Direct and Intermediated Partnerships at Hiscox UK, said that partnerships are an important part of the company's business, and that working with Moneycorp to support overseas homeowners was just one example of this.

Matt Leonard, who is managing director of Private International Payments at Moneycorp, added that as well as offering its own services, Moneycorp "can now point them in the direction of a reputable insurance provider."

Tags: Financial Services | Real-estate | United Kingdom | Services | Expats | Investment | Money Transfers | Property Investment | Invest | Investment

 

 

 

Comments


Leave A Comment

Name:
Email:
Comment:
Validation:

 
 
 
 

Information

About | Useful Links | Global Media Partners | Media | Advertising And Sales | Banners And Widgets | Glossary | RSS | Privacy & Cookies | Terms And Conditions | Editorial Policy | Refer To A Friend | Newsletters | Contact | Site Map

Important Notice: Wolters Kluwer TAA Limited has taken reasonable care in sourcing and presenting the information contained on this site, but accepts no responsibility for any financial or other loss or damage that may result from its use. In particular, users of the site are advised to take appropriate professional advice before committing themselves to involvement in offshore jurisdictions, offshore trusts or offshore investments. © Wolters Kluwer TAA Ltd 2017. All rights reserved.

The Expat Briefing brand is owned and operated by Wolters Kluwer TAA Limited.