Latest Brexit turmoil seen adding to complexity for American buyers of U.K. properties

News that the U.S. dollar was again spiking against the British pound today, on news that Prime Minister Theresa May's draft Brexit deal was coming in for criticism and had prompted two cabinet ministers to quit, was seen as adding fresh complexity to the difficulties American expatriates looking to buy U.K. properties were already struggling with, mortgage industry sources told the American Expat Financial News Journal. 

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INSIGHT: First it was FATCA, now MiFID II has U.S. investors in Europe facing nightmares

INSIGHT: First it was FATCA, now MiFID II has U.S. investors in Europe facing nightmares

First, U.S. investors living in Europe had to face FATCA. Now it’s the EU’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II).  Here, Jonathan Lachowitz, of Lexington, Massachusetts-based White Lighthouse Investment Management...

Nov-20-2019