A QROPS jurisdiction is a country where a UK pension can be transferred to. QROPS are formed in these jurisdictions to take advantage of the favourable tax rules or due to its popularity with expats.
HM Revenue and Custom’s legislation on these jurisdictions is regularly updated to monitor and improve the system – with non-conformity meaning a whole country can be delisted.
Notable examples which continue to grow from strength to strength include Malta and the Isle of Man, which are both known for their financial stability and favourable tax treatment.
You can follow the links to learn more about the best QROPS jurisdictions below:
One of the most popular destinations for British expats, with strict regulations and stable economy Australia QROPS look promising, however Third Party QROPS may offer you a better solution while residing Down Under.