No hidden costs or upfront payments. No surprises. Just premier service.
Tailor-made solutions and transparent fees
As a licensed financial services provider, FinGlobal subscribes to transparency and fair value when it comes to professional fees, providing bespoke cross-border financial solutions.
FinGlobal fees are not based on the amount of money involved in a particular transaction, i.e. percentage-based fees. We guarantee fixed fees for specific services and processes. You’ll know what it’s going to cost you, before you make any decisions.
Each client’s situation is different. We assess your individual requirements and objectives – cost and obligation free.
Once the right solution is determined, we then confirm fees before we start work.
Once you accept a quote, our fees are fixed. There are no hidden surprises or unexpected costs.
Fees are payable only after successful completion of agreed services. We don’t ask you for any up-front payment, unless mutually agreed.
In a nutshell: you’ll know from the word “go” what it will cost, and you’ll pay us only when the job is done. When you ask us “How much does it cost to financially emigrate from South Africa?”, you’ll have a detailed, honest, and fixed answer.
No matter how complex your situation, we can help. If you’re interested in FinGlobal services or need more information, simply leave your details, and we’ll call you!
We deal with all South African banks, insurance and investment companies, pension funds and other related financial institutions.
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