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Leading the way: Regency’s award-winning plans now available to individual investors

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Operating in over 120 countries, Regency exerts influence on global financial markets by providing transparent, flexible products supported by financial guarantees

Regency recently won the prestigious ‘Best Expat Savings and Investment Provider’ award at the 11th Annual International Finance Awards. This marks Regency’s second time winning this esteemed award, solidifying its prominent position in the global financial sector.

Regency’s relentless dedication to excellence and innovation has positioned it as a leader in expat financial services. Now, the company also extends its award-winning plans to individual investors.

Recently, Regency introduced augmented bonuses and fortified security guarantees by diversifying investments with premier financial institutions.

Operating in over 120 countries, Regency exerts influence on global financial markets by providing transparent, flexible products supported by financial guarantees. From pensions to education funds, Regency customises solutions to address a wide array of needs.

During an interaction with International Finance, Stephen Coughlin, Director at Regency Financial Services, said, “Our exclusive investment vehicles provide peace of mind and security. We’re dedicated to helping clients achieve their financial goals.”

Regency’s portfolio includes asset-backed properties and private equity investments, fostering consistent growth. Clients benefit from bonus uplifts and immediate access to fixed interest payments through the Regency LIVELIFE Debit Card.

As Regency continues to innovate, its dedication to offering top-tier savings and investment solutions remains unwavering. With a steadfast focus on value, security, and peace of mind, Regency is poised to uphold its legacy of success.

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