Welcome to ABG
We have a proven track record of providing a broad spectrum of financial services ranging from corporate financial advice and individual financial planning in the UK, to specialist financial services such as overseas pension transfer arrangements for expatriates, and managing the finances of professional footballers.Find Out More
Financial Planning and Investment Management
From life insurance to mortgages, pensions to investment services, the Alexander Beard Group can provide you with a comprehensive package of servicesFind Out More
International Employee Benefits
Our Employee Benefit Services include consultation upon, as well as advice, implementation and management of, packages of employee benefit services incl. Group Pensions; Group Life Insurance and Disability as well as Private HealthcareFind Out More
International Schools and Aid Agencies
We offer financial advice for international teachers and those third country nationals working in the international charity and NGO marketplace including retirement, healthcare and life insurance plans.Find Out More
Expat & Emigration
Our Expatriate Services include Overseas Investments and Mortgages, Pension Transfer Arrangements, and Financial Planning to British and UK expats and those of other nationalities.Find Out More
The Alexander Beard Group is an international financial services organisation.
Our headquarters are in the United Kingdom (Chester); we also have other UK offices in Leeds and London with international offices in Australia, The Netherlands, New Zealand, South Africa and U.S.A.
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