Shaw and Partners has poached seven new advisers and associates from Wilsons to its headquarters in Sydney.
Wilsons’ NSW state manager (associates) and associate investment advisor Michelle Muller has become an associate adviser with Shaw and Partners.
Also transitioning over to all become senior investment advisers, are Andrew Wawn, an investment adviser and equity partner, Stephen Thomas, a senior investment adviser and Basil Byrne-Smith, who held the position of stockbroker at Wilsons.
Barton Lynch has retained his role of private wealth adviser, while former senior financial adviser and equity partner Brendon Gleeson has now switched to being a senior private wealth adviser and financial planner at Shaw and Partners.
Peter Simpson, a discretionary portfolio manager at Wilson has kept the same role at Shaw and Partners, as well as the title of senior private wealth adviser.
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