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  1. <p><p>Hi Nick, sorry I've only just come across these messages. Yes we did work together at IBM, I retired after that and I've been enjoying it very much.</p></p>

  2. It seems Bali is a lot cheaper than Thailand and it seems our $$$$ can stretch further. Unfortunately, it is further travel for our UK family, but the amazing villa's, location and cost should offset this. Anybody have any Bali recommendations? Must be walking distance to the beach and shops, sleeps 8 and have a swimming pool!
  3. Having a month off work and self employed..budget is important; This rules out US. Bali is closer to Aus but seems better value especially when living for a month. Can be close to beach to surf, no car hire etc. still investigating and appreciate everybody's input and passion x
  4. thinking of Bali or Thailand at the moment due to be budgets. Want to rent a villa as we have 2 sets of family coming over during the month. Has anybody hired a place? We have just started doing the research.
  5. Requirements close to beach and shops 4 bedroom one month 6-10k AUS Dates: 20 Dec 2015 to 17 Jan 2016 any recommendation or assistance cheers Nick
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    Pensions - transfer or not?

    Hi, Just got my PR... so now have 6 months to transfer my pension, tax tree. I have found that Australian Super transfers are free and others (like BT) can change $1300 advisory and then 4.65% on the transfer :-( My question is....what happens if i just leave my pension in the UK until I am 65/70 and then then just transfer the funds to AUS on an adhoc basis? Would this attract any tax etc. My Scottish widows pension has been performing at 60% over the last 5 years, so a little nervious to move it! Cheers Nick
  7. <p><p>Hi Nicholas, I emailed you my CV. Let me know. Thanks - Henri</p></p>

  8. If you you are a senior IT Executive and you want to live in Australia or Asia then contact me. Most of our clients would provide you with a Visa. We have a number of CIO/CTO and Director level roles available across Australia. My email address is nickwatney@illuminatesearch.com.au. I immigrated from the UK last year, so I can appreciate the differculties in finding suitable roles. thanks Nick
  9. <p>Hi Steve, Sure i can help. Send your Cv to <a href="mailto:nicholas.watney@finrecruit.asia" rel="">nicholas.watney@finrecruit.asia</a> in the first instance. The market is pretty good. thanks NIck</p>

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    <p>Hi Nick,</p>

    <p>Hope you can help?</p>

    <p>I got my 175 Visa in 2009 but due to my Baby being born we've been delaying heading out to Oz. Now I've been made redundant in the UK and am seriously for work so I can set down at last in Oz.</p>

    <p>I have 12 Years experience in IT Support (Desktop & Server) especially in small business servers... I'm a great all rounder as I was a hands on manager who undertook loads of projects for 10 years.</p>

    <p> I'd love to send in my UK CV or Oz Resume if it would help?</p>

    <p>UK version available at at <a href="http://www.maybury.me.uk" rel="external nofollow">CV</a> too.</p>

    <p>Any help really appreciated.</p>

    <p>Regards,</p>

    <p>Steve.</p>

     

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    IT Banking Jobs in Oz!

    Hi, The sydney market is starting to get quiter towards christmas, however, but you skills will always be in required especially as you have investment banking experience. We expect Q1 2011 to be hectic. Please send me you CV, in the first instance, to nicholas.watney@finrecruit.asia. Thanks Nick
  12. Click here to see more -> Search for a job - Finrecruit - Recruitment and Executive Search for the Financial Services IT sector The market is pretty good and require good people. Visa's not necessary required (in some instances) PM for more info!! cheers Nick
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    At last our 457 Visa Granted

    Finally, our 457 Visa has been granted. Like many of us, it has been a story of ups and downs, but after our 176 battles, delays and 8503 restrictions on our 1 year tourist visa, we can now work and enjoy Sydney living. I will be working for a specialise banking and finance IT recruitment company to help experenced staff find their next role/challenge in the investment banks space etc across Australia. Thanks Gill, Peter Chiam and others for their amazing advise and friendship. Now, where is the bottle of bubbles? xx
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    VISA 457 Finally Granted

    After 176 delays, meetings with David Wilden, Gill and others at Australia House, . A company transfer to Sydney being pulled by my old comapny. Condition 8503 unexpectedly slapped on our 1 year tourist visa.... we have now had are 457 visa granted and we can start our new life in Sydney. I now work for a specialist financial IT consultancy in Sydney and look forward to helping people find roles in Australia in the Finance arena (Investment Banks, Insurance, tradering companies etc). A massive "thank-you" to Jill and other who have helped and advised along the way. Now, where is the bottle of bubbles!
  15. Guys, Try CXC Global on 1300 724 082 and extention 107 or email Usman Shahid on usman.shahid@cxcglobal.com.au can help you with the contract and finance side. Mention that Nick Watney referred you. Good luck! I work for an specialise IT consultancy across Australia and all our contractors use these guys!
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