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Great for Long Term Investment

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I contacted Holborn in early 2013 having read many informative articles written by them over the years in Gulf News about managing ones assets. My advisor contacted me thereafter and came to my office to advise me with my investment planning. He spent a lot of valuable time with me until I was completely comfortable with the suggested investments. I subsequently referred him to my partner, who was also impressed with the time and dedication that he put into the exercise. He too went ahead and invested funds with Holborn. Our investments to date are showing promise and with regular updates from him, we feel happy with our portfolios. To date, I can say with confidence, that Holborn is not only my asset manager but feels more like a friend whom I feel I can put my trust in.

Professional and friendly

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The service provided by my advisor as well as the administration/support staff has been excellent. In particular the time that my advisor and his team spent chasing down my numerous pensions and then clearly illustrating the options that were available to me. The advice was clear and concise but not in anyway “pushy” or “selling”. The whole experience was easy, enjoyable and professional. I have no doubt that I will use Holborn’s services again and would recommend my advisor to anyone seeking advice or options with regard to future investments / savings or existing / future pensions.

Fantastic and highly ethical company

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Holborn and it's advisors are an extremely sound company with products designed to give their clients and their investments the best investment solutions and advice. It is quite sad that their competitors take to this site to write negative reports and it is damaging their own business since it reflects badly on them . As a long term client I can only advise you to take these misleading' reviews ' with a pinch of salt and once in front of a Holborn advisor you can scrutinse their qualifications,products and advice in person. Frankly these reviews are utter rubbish and are if you happen to have a hacker up your sleeve easy to pinpoint to individuals. They have held and continue to hold licences in not only UAE but UK and for the long time they have given sound advice to me and my family. Shame on their competitors in the market they will never have me as a client for their negative approach to sourcing the best for their client. PS Search for this site and see the terms and conditions of submission it will open your eyes to the nature of it.
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Dubai licensing and regulations

Updated by user Apr 01, 2020

With thanks and permission from Pensionlife.

Original review Apr 01, 2020
Following the miss-selling of New Earth fund by Holborn Assets, I undertook some research, as follows:
UAE Insurance Authority. Licence number 180.Having a licence granted by the IA means that the company has been set up in accordance with their rules.
Pension Life:
Holborn Assets had their licence suspended due to a contract lawyer client working for a firm in Dubai who was advised by financial adviser Joe Capaldi to place his investments in an RL360 insurance bond resulting in a loss of 500,000 GBP and the subsequent successful complaint to the IA.
Holborn Assets has issued an email to all advisers informing them that all future business will be conducted through the Bahamas office until this situation is resolved.
Their licence was re-instated after one month. Wonder why.
Dubai Economy Commercial Licence. Licence number 561405
A licence required to run any commercially run company within Dubai.It is not a regulatory body. Holborn is registered on the insurance broker list, not as financial advisers.
Dubai Financial Services Authority. NOT LICENCED
Only operates within the free zone called the Dubai International Finance Centre. "Proudly enforcing financial regulation as within the UK."
Holborn Assets is not situated within the Free Zone and therefore has no need to be licenced.
The financial adviser allocated to me was self-employed, ferile, and could thus recommend funds from other sources, as he did do. Interestingly, he was listed as a vice-president of Holborn at the time!
A UK based adviser has to have commercial indemnity insurance. This is not required in Dubai in the case (as above) of Holborn Assets.
It is unfortunate that one bad apple can tarnish the high reputation of the UAE.
Good advice from a Dubai resident...... "If you are contacted by Holborn Assets, run away as fast as your legs can go"
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Preferred solution: Full refund

User's recommendation: Don't.

Shad Lja

I too have problems with Holborn

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Me too

Addison Mwv

Can anyone help me with some information about what this means. My aunt had financial advice from Joe Capaldi and I am trying to piece together what he did with her investments.

He invested her money in RL360 and also used her money towards funding a company in Dubai called The Dynamic Zone. Is there anyone out there who may be able to shed light on who I can inform to investigate the said financial advice he gave her.

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From my experience: If you are not resident in the UAE the regulatory bodies are useless. See above.

Pension Life is as good as a balloon in a hurricane. If you can find a law firm in Dubai that will answer your questions, it would be the best route. Try posting on Trustpilot with a one star rating. Holborn will respond and try to wriggle off the hook.

Capaldi worked for them so they are liable as well. Wish you good luck.

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Holborn Assets's reply to: Holborn Assets - Holborn 'Rip Off Merchants'

Holborn takes the welfare of its 15,000 clients across our 8 global offices very seriously. Having been in operation for 20 years we have learned that in order to succeed in today’s global marketplace companies must put their customers at the heart of everything they do, being a family owned and run business with a strong tradition of British quality has created a culture of care and compassion from end to end and in all aspects of the business. Indeed this has driven our recent initiative to build a customer focused, client servicing center in the heart of Colombo, housing a 120 strong team of dedicated personnel that operates 24/7 to provide our clients round the clock service wherever they may be. One of our team will be in touch to ensure all and any issues are fully resolved to your complete satisfaction.

Holborn 'Rip Off Merchants'

Through mis-management and additional, unauthorised fees taken via a bad practice known as 'Churning'. This is where funds are moved from one portfolio to another, purely to earn additional commission for the company.

This company has reduced the value of my hard earned pension portfolio by around 40k sterling. To make matters worse they have chosen not to respond to four emails sent to complain - two of which we for the attention of their CEO Robert Parker. If you are a client - I urge you to review your portfolio status and charges.

If you are considering being a client - my strong advice - don't do it. My next steps are to contact the relevant regulatory authorities as I am determined to either receive compensation for my loss or at least make as many people aware of their schemes as possible and hope that I can stome someone else becoming a victim of their shady practice.

Reason of review:
Poor customer service

Preferred solution: Full refund

Anishka Npg

HOLBORN asserts £56000 to zero in UK pension lost less than three years after following HOLBORN Assets advice

Hi John Apologies I thought I had come back to you on this, but checking my email I have not. I have been back to both IVCM your SIPP provider and Old Mutual the underlying platform provider.

They have confirmed that the AMT futures fund manager charged a 5% penalty on the original investment amount resulting in a penalty for withdrawing from the fund of GBP2,436, this 5% penalty does not decrease over time (as would be normal for a mutual fund) and was for the whole term of the investment within the AMT fund. This 5% charge plus the penalty charges and already overdrawn position on the Old Mutual Bond resulted in a negative balance on the overall bond of minus GBP2437 which technically was owed to Old Mutual. Old Mutual have written of this ‘debt’ and therefore there is nothing left in the pension account to be paid to yourself (but also no debt to Old Mutual). I have seen the recent press about Holborn but do not know any more information than yourself at this point.

The above is obviously not what you wish to hear but, let me know when you are next planning on being in Dubai and we can organise to meet and I can try and help you in anyway that I can. Kind Regards ( name withheld as case is sub judice ) Wealth Manager

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Masey Okb

Airbusman2002, please go to www.expatinvestmentclaims.com to get further information on how to get financial compensation for your mis sold SIPP

Holborn Assets's reply to: Holborn Assets - Review in Financial Services category

Holborn Assets is a leading Global Financial Services company headquartered in Dubai and variously regulated by the FCA in the UK, the FSB in South Africa and the Insurance Authority of Dubai, UAE. Currently it employs circa 350 people and services 15,000 very happy clients with high quality advice and service, a responsibility it does not take lightly. Its mission is to put ‘The Right Money, in The Right Place at The Right Time with Integrity and Respect for all’ and they have built an enviable reputation over nearly 20 years of operations by ensuring their consultants are qualified, experienced and meet their exacting standards. From the International Service Center in Colombo they strive hard to provide first class client servicing from a 60+ strong team providing monthly valuations, quarterly portfolio reports and customer newsletters. Historical performance is not indicative of future results and as such investments can go up aswell as down, in circumstances where clients feel they have fallen short of their own exacting standards there is a robust complaints procedure and where they are found wanting they will ensure clients are recompensed. This is not a customer of Holborn.

Holborn Assets - Review in Financial Services category

Do not deal with Holborn assets I lost 80 k a big chunk of my savings it ripped my life apart and with no remorse the financial advisor got his commission.Don.t touch this company with barge pole.Holborn has a duty of care to its customers so do the right thing to stop people's lives being ruined and pay back my life

Reason of review:
Problems with payment

Holborn Assets's reply to: No customer service ,untrustworthy business practice

As a leading global financial services company providing excellence in advice and service since 1997 to our over 15,000 clients world wide customer service is at the heart of what we do. On the back of this and other positive and constructive feedback we have recently upgraded our client services team and expanded our operations to a team of 30 dedicated agents who are available 24/7 to answer any questions or queries our clients may have wherever they are. Our team is on hand to provide best in class technical and general support. We are also proud to announce the launch of our new Global Operations Hub to further shore up our proposition to the end user. We believe this now makes us the leading provider of solutions to expats by some margin and would be delighted to sit with individuals who have any further questions.
map-marker Jeddah, Makkah

No customer service ,untrustworthy business practice

before you sign with holborn assets they call you almost every day but when you sign you don't have to be worry any more that they call you and if like in our case we are losing big time money with them

and you sending mail or call no one answer

i send even to the top management mails and no one answer not Mr.Parker ,Mr Leahy

both are managing directors

when you call you can maximum reach Mr.Parkers PA

the person who make the deal with us he never answer any mail or call he is going somewhere his phone is with allays with his PA

the customer care Director Mr. Caleb he also not answer any mail

we are very disappointed with Holborn Assets not only because losing a lot of money ,even more that no one care in this company its more dishonesty

Reason of review:
Poor customer service

Holborn Assets's reply to: Holborn Assets Pension Agreement Review from Bitem, Catalonia

Dear Mr. Brooks,

We do take client care and servicing very seriously. Should you feel we fell short of our standards or have a specific issue with the advice you received then please contact our Customer Service team on +97144573831 and they will be happy to assist.
Rehana Set
map-marker Bitem, Catalonia

Holborn Assets Pension Agreement Review from Bitem, Catalonia

Holburn Assets...please steer clear....moving my 4 UK pensions offshore they have lost me £10000 + already....and thats before they have even been invested ....and they dont care...and high level management fail to reply to my emails

Holborn Assets's reply to: Holborn Assets

Thank you for your feedback John. We have tried to contact you however none of the contact details you provided appear to work. Would you please submit more information on the Contact Us section on our main website with your contact details and a member of our team will be in touch.

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I met with an advisor form Holborn assets. I already had an advisor but he said I should have an Audit done every few years, it seemed to make sense. When we met he was really nice but made me feel really scared over the charges and the fees my current advisor was taking, I signed some paperwork as he said it was just an audit and he had to look. The next day My other advisor phoned and said my account had been transferred. I was shocked my advisor came down and explained everything to me and that they had no way of *** an Audit, they were in direct competition to them and that they would turn round and add fee's on.

After a week Holborn phoned and said that the previous advisor was charging 2% per annum and that they would only charge 1% per annum. And recommended a load of fund switches.

I called the providers direct, the provider confirmed my initial advisor was not charging any annual fee, that this had already been paid in advance and that there was no 2% per annum. the provider said that this was a trick being used to take clients away from other firms and start charging them a fee.

It turned out the funds they wanted to switch me in were all commission paying funds away from the low charging tracker funds I was in.

This all seems a little underhand.

Why cant advisors just be honest.

Hence to say I have gone back with my original advisor as I trust him and not these people who pretend to be friends, cast doubt and then start to charge.

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Reason of review:

Preferred solution: Not to be contacted by this company again.

Anishka Npg
map-marker Dubai, Dubai

Holborn Assets Investments Review


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Holborn Assets's reply to: Holborn Assets - Message for UK Expats in UAE, Beware Paul Reynolds

All our advisers are fully qualified financial advisers with industry standard qualifications. We ensure that all our advisers are qualified and knowledgeable in order to deliver the very best solutions to our clients.
map-marker Hemel Hempstead, Hertford

Holborn Assets - Message for UK Expats in UAE, Beware Paul Reynolds

This posting will deal with facts.

All UK (and other) Expats in the UAE MUST read this - https://www.fca.org.uk/news/fca-bans-and-fines-paul-reynolds-for-misleading-and-unsuitable-advice

Mr Reynolds has received a life ban from the UK regulator the Financial Conduct Authority and a personal fine of almost £300,000. Yet where is he now?

Providing financial advice to foreign nationals in the UAE, working for HOLBORN ASSETS.

So why has he been employed in the region. This from Bob Parker, the MD of Holborn Assets, when the story broke - http://www.international-adviser.com/news/101****/holborn-adviser-uk-ban-unsuitable-ucis-recommendations.

This is rubbish. The 'defence' from Mr Parker omits to mention the financial standing of the clients, the poor state of health of some, and the fact that Reynolds was involved in the (alleged / now proven by the FCA) falsification of documents.

These serious investigations were underway when Reynolds moved to the region. The appeal lodged to the FCA was withdrawn when he (Reynolds) was employed by Holborn Assets. So why is he still working there.

It can only be the case that some firms in the UAE do not look closely enough at new advisers they take on and are quite happy to turn a blind eye to past serious misconduct provided the new adviser (Reynolds in the case) can write large quantities of high commission earnings business. This is only my personal view but given that Mr Parker espouses Christian values what other answer can there be?

One final point - Holborn Assets have a UK FCA authorised firm with two offices in the UK. Isnt it interesting that the Parker family resigned as directors shortly before the Reynolds appeal was withdrawn??

UK (and other) expats in the UAE you have been warned to be on your guard.

Holborn Assets's reply to: Holborn Assets - Investments Review from Dubai, Dubai

We are proud to offer clients regular bank busting returns on their investments, however, it is common knowledge that investments sometimes go up and sometimes go down.
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Holborn Assets - Investments Review from Dubai, Dubai

Holborn Assets seem to have a lot of complaints on here and I have been directed to this site by my adviser who works with them. I have used him and Holborn Assets for at least ten years now and I have to say that I am very, very satisfied with them.

There was one incident where I thought that the fund advice I was given was dubious and I demanded a meeting to explain why my investment was suffering. I was met by not only my adviser but also a rep from the investment company and also one of the board members.

I have to say it was explained and dealt with efficiently and professionally. I took their advice and rode the storm, only a year later the fund recovered and I was on my way.

I have read a few reviews on here about Holborn Assets in Dubai and South Africa - where I am from - and I can tell you that there are some sad people out there that just want to destroy the competition in the most cowardly fashion possible.

My experience with Holborn Assets has been excellent, and also my friends whom I recommended would say the same.

My advice is meet with your adviser and ask him or her whatever is on your mind. Don't dismiss this company over a review on a site with a name like this. This is your livelihood you are dealing with.

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  • Professional service and honesty
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Good customer service
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My "investment" with Holborn Assets is still 85% down after two years falling and the "advisor" I used I found out is a convicted felon in the UK. How can this lot employ a convicted felon? I rest my case....

Holborn Assets's reply to: Endless cold calls to hawk their stock garbage

We do our best to ensure that people who request to be placed on our DNC list are not contacted. However, with an organisation as large as ours, some people still managed to get called. We apologise for any inconvenience.
map-marker Doha, Ad Dawhah

Endless cold calls to hawk their stock garbage

Great to see Holborn staff in here trying to paint over the damp.

Today I've had four missed calls from Holborns 'London' number. I had three unsolicited calls from them last week.

Each time I requested bluntly that they stop calling, but the calls don't stop. I was duped by this ilk when I first arrived in Dubai, and now have the pleasure of letting them lose me money for the next 18 years. Here's how they work. They look at your income and assess what the maximum monthly instalment is that you can sustain.

Then they lock you into 18-36 months of making that high payment. In return you get 'preferential benefits' like being able to take a month off when you're destitute. I've got a friend that works for one of these companies, and he assures me the first 18 months you're paying straight into the reps pocket as commission. If you're incredibly lucky, the funds they sell you will break even, and you'll just lose the exorbitant fees they charge.

Take the advice of someone that has lost over $15,000 with these jokers: you're better off investing in flea market pottery.

Reason of review:
Cold calling

Holborn Assets's reply to: Holborn Assets - Ex Holborn Advisers commenting on this site.......

Unfortunately, as with all these anonymous reviews, the person cannot be held accountable nor be proven to be a reliable source.
map-marker Dubai, Dubai

Ex Holborn Advisers commenting on this site.......

As an Adviser who works with Holborn I sometimes read these comments and think there is no point in answering them because we all know who posts them. However, I simply cannot listen to this tripe any longer..

So, I shall answer your points in order one by one and then hopefully you; and the people you point towards this terrible site, will understand more clearly.

1. Qualified or not:

Of all the advisers within Holborn Assets ‘Most” (probably 95%) are qualified to give advice on UK investments, products etc. Those that are not qualified would not be allowed to advise you. They are most likely trainees or working within practices. They will have taken an entrance style qualification to get them on their way to full qualification such as FAIQ or a basic CISI paper. If your initial contact is with one of these trainee or practice advisers then that would be purely for information gathering and they might advise you on elements of financial services that they are qualified for. Any other advice would be given to you personally by a fully qualified adviser. Also, that adviser would put that advice in writing and put their name at the foot of that advice with their own signature.

2. Independent or not:

This is wildly inaccurate – Yes RL360 are one of the companies Holborn represent and yes, we have a white label product with RL360. Firstly, this is because RL360 value Holborn Assets and understand that we have a commitment to giving the best advice available. Ask yourself, why would a company like RL360 tie their global reputation to Holborn if they were not completely satisfied with the levels of advice, competency and compliance?

The HARP product is very successful but it makes up only a percentage of the other products recommended by Holborn.

Whether Holborn Assets gets paid more than another company on any product or services is debatable. All IFA’s will claim to have exclusive arrangements with at least one of the product providers. Some with Generalli, some with FPI and others with Zurich or OMI etc. It’s more down to the product providers than the IFA’s. Any increase in remuneration to the company would be from the providers own margins or profits and would not increase the standard charges to the client at all.

We have our own small fund range and we encourage its use however there are hundreds of other funds being recommended every year by Holborn Advisers. It is understandable that we may incentivise our funds use, just as any other company would with any other product they create. The point you are missing here is that if the fund is not suitable for a client, it will not be advised to the client. Compliance would see to that in a heartbeat.

Secondly, Holborn Assets also represents, Generalli, Zurich, Friends Provident Momentum, Brooklands and OMI; among a host of others, where they and we hold a license to do so. There is an almost equal spread across the board on the products advised from Holborn Assets.

3. Unsolicited contact or not:

Cold calling is illegal in the UAE and marketing of financial services products is always a tricky one for IFA’s globally. I cant answer where your details may have come from but I can tell you this, I personally have many clients that have praised the fact that a particular problem or challenge was brought to their attention and that we were able to satisfy that need for them. For every one that is happy there will be another that is not; clearly where you fall. However I would rather help one family by providing life assurance or other crucial products than have missed them altogether. If you have everything in order – and I seriously doubt it – then carry on and ignore us.

4. Misrepresentation:

See all the other replies I have made.

5. Business and / or Christian ethics:

Stating that we believe we are the most professional, most ethical company in the market place is not “slating the competition”, it is simply stating what we believe to be a fact. Just like any company in any industry we have a belief that we are darn good at what we do. Apple never became one of the richest companies on the planet by saying “we probably make fairly good computers”. They have belief in themselves just as we do. And, if stating to a client that they are literally paying two or three times what they need to on a certain product or service is going against business principles (never mind Christian ones), then there is something very wrong with your view of business, financial services or just the world in general.

6. Licensed and Regulated:

This one is my favourite – You obviously know where our office is so why don’t you pop over and ask to see our licenses (plural) for the UAE. Whilst you are at it, you could ask to see the UK FCA license, the Dublin European License, the South African license etal.

Finally, I highly suspect that these comments were written; like all on this site, by upset and disgruntled ex-advisers of Holborn Assets. It’s plain to see that there is at least a shallow understanding of the market place in your tone and the language used in your review.

It takes a lot to fail at Holborn Assets, there is support both emotionally, professionally and where required financially. There are training programs, we pay for the exams that you claim nobody qualifies in, and there are splendid offices around the world and lots of other support programs.

If you failed with Holborn its most likely because you could not sell what you wanted to sell such as unregulated funds or high commission paying funds, you were unethical or you just hate being professional. Or maybe, you could not keep up with the examinations and qualifications required to maintain your position at the company.

It is also possible that you interviewed with Holborn and were rejected and now you are facing stiff competition for your services.

Either way, I think any potential client should meet with an adviser, visit their offices and even ask to see the license or the adviser’s qualifications and they can make their own minds up. That goes for any financial advisory firm anywhere in the world, not just Holborn.

We have nothing to hide.

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Holborn Assets's reply to: Unable to provide basic information to questions listed below

When in doubt, we urge all clients to contact our customer service department who are always available to answer any queries or concerns you may have. All contact details are on our website.
map-marker Oudtshoorn, Western Cape

Unable to provide basic information to questions listed below

How, when and from what source or sources did you acquire my details? including my contact details?

What? regulatory body or bodies are Holborn affiliated with, or subscribe too.

What? overall jurisdiction governs the activities of Holborn as it relates to the pensions side of the business.

If and when a UK pension is transferred offshore, what element of control does the client have? If ? the client wished to have it transferred back to the UK, is this possible? and is it subject to penalties?

Finally, It would be much appreciated if you can email me copies of papers I signed at our meeting.

Reason of review:
Poor customer service

Contact Information

Mailing Address:
P.O.Box 333851 Al Shafar Tower, Level 15, Barsha Heights
Dubai, Dubai
United Arab Emirates
+8 525 803 4547
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