Nigel Janson, formerly of SBP Financial Services, and David Haseldine, who previously worked at a small accounting practice, have joined the Sydney firm.
"We plan to double the amount of financial planners to 20 in three months. We had a massive response to our recruitment drive and are just waiting for the new people to come through," dealer group principal Dennis Cardarkaris said.
"Our transparent model is what advisers like. It's fee for service, so we don't cut into their commission. I think most organisations work on a percentage of the adviser's turnover, so the more money they make the more they pay."
Cardarkaris said both advisers brought a wealth of experience to the firm.
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