Monthly Archives: October 2013

FSA2013: Consent or no consent?

This is a short excerpt from my blog post yesterday on the Financial Services Act 2013: “I am saying this because the policy owner have to understand when consent is needed from the new trustee and when consent is not … Continue reading

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An alarmist approach on the Financial Services Act 2013

Three months down the road, the situation hasn’t changed much. I was told me a few days ago that the life insurance companies in Malaysia are still taking it easy with regards to the Financial Services Act 2013 which had … Continue reading

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Elements of a valid Will

If you don’t already know, Downton Abbey is a critically acclaimed British period drama television series. This series, set in the Yorkshire country estate of fictional Downton Abbey, depicts the lives of an aristocratic family, the Crawleys and their servants … Continue reading

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Should you sell off your family home?

I met up with a client about a week ago. Owing to some developments in her family, she had some doubts about re-writing her Will. Originally, she had included two of her children as beneficiaries but now, she wanted to … Continue reading

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