Financial Services Writer
About the author
Katherine’s work focusses primarily on the financial services sector and other business-related subjects. She has been affiliated with EveryInvestor since 2019, assisting greatly on all content related to equity release on the site.
Katherine graduated with an honours degree in Business. She joined the world’s largest shipping company, Maersk, where she was rewarded with entrance into their international management fast-track program. She received exposure and hands-on experience in the finance, marketing and sales departments (amongst others) and oversaw the implementation of SAP in Tanzania.
Her efforts at Maersk saw her graduating amongst the top 10% in the programme. This grounding cemented her deep interest in the world of finance where she obtained a wide variety of experience from various positions she held throughout the sector.
One of Katherine’s goals is to encourage more transparency in financial services and to empower financially those who are planning for their retirement. She is well versed in the subjects of equity release, home reversion, mortgages and aged care. As a member of EveryInvestor’s editorial team, she also contributes articles on the topics of mental health and general well-being.
For more information on her articles and all-things financial, you can message Katherine at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Every year, an increasing number of homeowners over the age of 55 use equity release to access the wealth in their property inheritance. Entering into an equity release plan without proper expertise, on the other hand, might devastate your finances. Knowing these equity release facts can help you avoid being taken in by fiction! Luckily,
Imagine owning that dream holiday home in Paris? Or buying your children a family home for your grandkids? Well, equity release could make this dream a reality and we’ve got the secrets right here. Through this article, you’ll discover: The process of using equity release to buy a new home. What you should consider before
As you get older, you may discover that you need to supplement your income. One option is to withdraw some money from the value of your property while continuing to live there, referred to as equity release. Sounds too good to be true? Without this crucial knowledge on equity release firms to avoid in ,
Equity release plans were once only available to homeowners who had mortgages, but now anyone can use them so long as they have enough equity in their home. This article will explore equity release on freehold flats and how it can be an attractive option to help you fund your retirement without having to sell
Without this crucial knowledge on equity release criteria to look out for in , you may find yourself tied into an equity release plan that you regret! While equity release solutions are safer than ever, unregulated lenders will only assist you take a step back rather than unlocking the key to your retirement aspirations. Fortunately,