News from Shadforth

20 Feb 2018

By Shadforth Financial Group

Honours at the Fremantle Dockers

Recently we sponsored the AFL Fremantle Dockers Past Player History and Honour boards. The boards celebrate every player to represent the club since 1995 including leading goal kickers, coaches, captains, best and fairest winners and AFL rising stars. The boards are proudly displayed in the reception area at the Docker’s new football club in Cockburn.

Brad Wira, one of our Private Client Advisers and an ex-Fremantle player  said, “It’s a fantastic opportunity for us to give back to the club. We are really passionate about improving the lives of AFL players from a financial perspective and being able to support players during their careers and assisting them in leaving the game in a better financial position than when they entered it."

Pictured: Steve Rosich, Fremantle Dockers CEO and Brad Wira, Private Client Adviser

Congratulations to our Power50 advisers

Congratulations to our Private Client Advisers; Simon Growden (WA), Sally Huynh (Qld) and Campbell Sorell (Vic) for being recognised in Financial Standard’s Power50 guide.

The Power50 guide recognises 50 of the most influential financial advisers in Australia as voted by the industry. Influential advisers were defined as being those who have been, or continue to be, instrumental in shaping the future of the financial advice industry.

Simon Growden

Based in Perth, Simon regularly  rides with the Hawaiian Ride for Youth organisation, cycling around Australia to raise money for youth mental health. So far, the charity has raised more than $13 million since its 2003 inception. With 21 years’ planning experience, Simon featured in Barron’s list of ‘Australia’s Top 50 Financial Advisers’.

Sally Huynh

With numerous industry accolades, Sally is passionate about helping to bridge cultural differences and giving back to the community. Fluent in English, Vietnamese and Mandarin, she volunteers as a language teacher and helps newly settled migrants and refugees develop an understanding of Australian culture. Sally currently serves as Chair of the Vietnamese Australian Professionals Council and is a member of the National Council of Women in Queensland.

Campbell Sorell

Campbell is passionate about educating Australia’s future planners - he has lectured at Melbourne University,and authored industry white-papers. A past finalist of the AFR Smart Investor Masterclass for Financial Planning, he has been short-listed for the Financial Planning Association’s Value of Advice Awards. He predominantly advises senior executives, business owners, retirees and other high net worth individuals. He’s also a volunteer with the Ardoch Youth Foundation’s Literacy Buddies program.

You can find out more about the award and read the guide on the Financial Standard news page. These awards recognise the quality of our advisers and our distinct professional services culture.

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