Financial Planning
Elders adds 22nd advice business

A financial advice business in NSW's Riverina region became the 22nd practice to join Elders Financial Planning in the last 18 months.

Albury Financial Planning, led by Brenden Maclean, has joined the dealer group which has "successfully built a truly differentiated offering to advice practices across Australia", head of Elders Tony Beaven said.

"We are delighted to welcome Brenden Maclean from Albury Financial Planning in Albury, NSW to the dealer group. Brenden will be a valuable addition to Elders and give us the opportunity to enhance key relationships with our existing planning practices and the wider Elders group in the area," Beaven said.

Likewise, Elders regional manager John McCormack said: "Brenden's extensive financial planning experience and commitment to high quality advice will further strengthen our existing advice offering to Elders clients and the regional community. We look forward to supporting him to achieve his vision for the business."

Mclean said described the Elders name and brand as highly respected in the region, saying he is looking forward to working with and supporting the broader Elders family within the local community.

"One thing that stands out from all my meetings so far has been the passion for the business and the support service they provide coupled with the open and agnostic APL which made my choice easier," Mclean said.

Just last month Elders added its 21st practice, recruiting Victoria's Strategic Guidance Group and BJT Private, led by Luke Sheehan.

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