Edinburgh, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 17, 2009 -- Elmvia Australia is coming to Scotland to join No1 Currency and recruit members of the UK health and medical profession promising them a new life Down Under. The recruitment drive is aimed at both newly qualified and highly experienced healthcare personal across all disciplines of the medical profession, including doctors, dentists, nurses, therapists and social workers.
Managing Director of Elmvia Australia, Iain Dalton said âScotland and the UK has a long history of emigration to Australia and Elmvia Australia are really excited to be hosting this recruitment event with No1 Currency in Glasgow on Friday,â
âWe believe that Scotland has a lot to offer the Australian economy as many of the skills and experiences found here mirror those which are in needed in back home.â
âWe hope this recruitment drive will let people see that there are jobs and opportunities out there if you know where to look â and where better to relocate than in Sunny Australia.â
Emigrating to Australia for work or retirement is an exciting prospect, every year thousands of Brits leave the UK to start a new life abroad, however careful preparation is essential to make sure that the move runs as smoothly as possible. The Elmvia emigration seminar, which will take place at the Glasgow Novotel (181 Pitt Street) on Friday 20th Feb 2009 from 2pm till 7.3-pm, will provide a valuable source of information for anyone who is thinking of moving to Australia for a job in healthcare.
The seminar will be supported by Ferguson Cannon Lawyers, who will be attending the event to share their knowledge on other types of trade jobs that are currently in demand, and Scotlandâs leading foreign currency specialist, No1 Currency, who help hundreds of Scots emigrate each year and will be on hand to provide free and specialist guidance on the best way to moving finances abroad.
MD of No1 Currency, Mark McElney said âExchange rate fluctuations can have huge impact on the amount of money you transfer to Australia and fluctuations in Â£-aud tend to be far greater than many other currencies. This renders currency predications less reliable for those looking to transfer large sums of money to this country.â
âFor example, a couple planning emigration to Australia needed to exchange Â£150,000 to Australian dollars. At the beginning of the process in August 07, their savings would have secured around A$382,500. By the time they were ready to make the move in May 08 the fall in the value of the pound had seen the equivalent value fall to A$307,500.â Mark McElney continued, âThis equated to a loss of A$75,000 or, in sterling terms, Â£36,585.
âBy seeking guidance from a Foreign Currency Specialist this type of exchange loss could have been avoided by fixing a predetermined rate of exchange up to 24 months in advance.â Mark McElney commented, âWith savings protected from the uncertainties of the foreign exchange market, and immigration specialist Elmvia on hand, starting a new life in Australia has never been easier.â
Issued on behalf of No.1 Currency by LLLink at Forth House, 5 Johns Place, EH6 7EL.
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