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deVere Japan helps raise $80,000 for Refugees International charity

deVere Japan helps raise $80,000 for Refugees International charity.

deVere Japan helps raise $80,000 for Refugees International charity

The Tokyo branch of the deVere Group, helped raise a noble $80,000 for Refugees International Japan by being the main sponsors of the Executive Fight Night II charity event.

The generous contribution to Refugees International Japan was handed by deVere Tokyo Area Manager Tony Evans, the Ginjaninja team and the fight participants, at the Executive Fight Night in Tokyo on 24 May.

450 guests gathered for the evening that was a huge success and grossed the grand sum of 7,890,000 yen (80,000 US Dollar) for projects to help people rebuild their lives.

An array of prizes led to frenetic and competitive bidding in the auction, and a run on raffle ticket sales. As a result, Refugees International Japan reached its target for the evening, raising as much funds to allow nearly 3,500 people to build a better future for themselves. This was only possible thanks to our generous donors, such as the deVere Group.

Jane Best from Refugees International Japan said, “We appreciate all your help and support in making this possible. Your contribution helps to make the world a better place”.

Tony Evans added, “We are extremely proud to have been part of such a noble event. Through our contribution to the Refugees International Japan, Syrian school children taking refuge in Jordan and neighbouring countries can now attend school, and mothers and their new born children in Thailand and Burma are now able to receive essential supplies, reducing infant mortality a

nd giving children a better start in life”.


The deVere Group is the World’s Largest Independent International Financial Consultancy. International investors and expatriates employ us to find financial services products that suit their medium to long term requirements for investments, savings and pensions. With in excess of US$9 billion of funds under administration and management, deVere has more than 70,000 clients in over 100 countries. Our independence and ability to offer financial products that are tailor-made to fit an individual’s needs are behind our success.


BOOMING BOOMINGJapan’s Nikkei in best shape since 2008

Japan market is BOOMING !
I can feel a massive end to the year , my prediction of over 13,500 was thought of as crazy by many , today I have a big smile , lucky I am not one of those guys that will say I told you you so but I told you so !

Ride the highs and sell the lows ,

Tony Evans

Japan's Nikkei in best shape since 2008.

Japan’s Nikkei in best shape since 2008

The Japanese stock market hit its highest level in almost five years on Friday, after the Bank of Japan ambitious stimulus plan raised hope of economic revival, after years of slow growth.

The main Nikkei 225 stock index climbed as much as 4.7% to 13,225.62 earlier today – its highest since August 2008. By the end of the trading day, the Nikkei closed up 1.58%.

Meanwhile, the Bank of Japan said on Thursday that it plans to double the country’s money supply in an attempt to spur growth and stop prices from falling. The news took investors by surprise as it was a much bigger step than expected and therefore signalled a more aggressive approach towards accelerating economic growth.

Analysts praised BoJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda’s bold moves for his understanding of how global markets and investors would react when it comes to monetary policy.

The so-called Abenomics, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s economic policies, have drawn attention of investors who were not previously interest in Japan, according to Economists.

By pumping more money into the system, Japan is hoping to promote price growth, ending a cycle of deflation, recession and sputtering economic recovery. Concurrently, it is also hopes to weaken its currency in order to boost exports.

Notably, in the past two days alone, the Japanese yen declined 4.5% against the US dollar and more than 5% against the Euro.

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