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Life annuity demand affected by behavioural factors - Column

Victoria Young
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Boutique financial planning firm Morrison Carr has started a major recruitment drive with the appointment of two financial planners
Boutique financial planning firm Morrison Carr has started a major recruitment drive with the appointment of two financial planners.

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.

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"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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