Christine Hallowes – Awards Finalist Posted on October 22, 2019
Despite what the eventual result will be, this is well-deserved recognition for her integrity and skill as a leading Financial Advisor. Finalists have been selected from all over Australia, and we are thrilled for Christine to be among such talented company.
We wish her all the best on Wednesday night 23 October when the awards are announced at the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney.
Why we nominated Christine:
Christine has worked with our regional Accounting and Financial Planning firm for close to four years, bringing a further 30 years of banking, management and finance experience to our Central Coast portfolio of families, helping them to be better off.
In that time, she has built trust with her clients through technical capability, but perhaps more importantly, timely, relevant and beneficial advice.
Christine believes that financial advice is relevant not only to those who have high net worth, but to all individuals who aspire to be better off in some way. That may pertain to time, relationship, wealth or recreation. Christine takes the time to know what matters to her clients and to plan the finances to enable that.
Seeking financial advice can be intimidating to clients who may feel they do not have ‘enough’ or may have mismanaged their finances in some way. Christine breaks all of that down to look at the current versus the future state, and to partner with them to make savvy choices for the future.
Christine supports 100 clients in their goal-setting, budget management, superannuation structures, risk management and insurance schemes, investment portfolio management, estate planning, aged-care and debt management.
We are very fortunate to have Christine leading a team of four people through their careers in Financial Planning, imparting her knowledge of the industry and of client management with our leaders of the future. She is a well-loved member of the team, admired for her calmness, empathy, generosity and professionalism.
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