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Videos on Savings, Pensions and Tax
for expats living in Spain

Barry Davys
Financial Planner
Spectrum IFA Group

I have been very fortunate to have lived in Barcelona and the Costa Brava for 14 years. It has been a great experience. Professionally I have been introduced to an array of very interesting people. Notwithstanding the variety of people I speak with, there are some similar questions that are regularly asked despite peoples’ different circumstances.

These short videos I hope will help to answer some of these questions.

Can I keep my UK ISA if I live in Spain?

How headlines can impact your investments

Tax of UK investments in Spain

Wealth Tax in Catalonia

Living in Spain and Tax

Financial planning & problem solving for expats in Catalonia

For more information or if you have a specific subject you wish to discuss, please feel welcome to use our online system to choose a time convenient for you to have a call with me, Barry Davys. Please specify if you prefer a Zoom video call or a simple telephone call. If you prefer email, Barry is at barry.davys@spectrum-ifa.com

With a Masters Degree in Business Administration and over 28 years of financial experience along with specialist qualifications in taxation and trusts, Barry is well known in Barcelona and the Costa Brava for his financial expertise. He has a huge wealth of experience in providing confidential financial advice to a broad range of clients, from those with straightforward planning requirements to those with more complicated affairs, including retired and current directors of FTSE 100 companies, estate owners and expatriates with international business interests. Barry has also served as Secretary of a Highland Games in Scotland and was Governor of a Boarding School. Barry is now a Barcelona committee member of the British Benevolent Fund in Spain. The British Benevolent Fund in Spain provides financial assistance to British people living in Spain. You can see how the BBF has helped people on their stories page britishbenevolentfund.org/stories/