Advice process.

A sound financial plan involves a thorough process to ensure the plan is suited to your personal circumstances and lifestyle goals. It is also important to make sure the plan is monitored and reviewed so that the plan remains relevant and up to speed with the ever changing market and regulatory environment.

The steps.


Initial appointment

The initial interview is fee free and is a discovery session where we explain our services and get to know each other. A detailed analysis of your financial position, knowledge of financial products and services and also your risk profile will be determined. Once we have this basic data we can then discuss personal goals and objectives and what you wish to achieve from the advice process.


Developing your plan

Once we have collected all of the necessary information, we begin to tailor a plan to match your goals and objectives to your financial situation. At this point, we develop a written document called a ‘Statement of Advice’ which outlines detailed projections, quotations and recommendations on products.


Preparation of your strategy

With all financial recommendations there is always the accompanying paperwork to action them. All paperwork will be prepared ready for your strategy presentation meeting.


Strategy presentation

At this point we catch up to talk you through your tailored financial plan. You are encouraged to raise any questions or queries with the plan to ensure we are meeting your goals and objectives and that the plan is achievable.


Implementation of your plan

Once you are satisfied with the plan and any final amendments have been made, then we implement the strategy on your behalf. We follow this process through until completion and all aspects of the plan are in place.


Client reviews

Your financial plan needs to remain flexible. As your circumstances and lifestyle goals and objectives change, your financial plan needs to remain relevant to your current circumstances. A regular review ensures that your plan is up to speed.

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