Shaw and Partners has appointed three new senior advisers, including another two Macquarie veterans.
Alasdair Burns and Greg Sadler have joined Shaw and Partners from Macquarie Private Wealth and Macquarie Equities respectively; both had been working at Macquarie for over 15 years each prior to making the move. Burns and Sadler will both operate out of Shaw and Partners' Adelaide office.
Timothy Officer, meanwhile, joins Shaw and Partners' Sydney office from Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. Prior to Morgan Stanley, he worked in CBA's private client division.
Shaw and Partners head of private wealth (and former chief executive of Macquarie Private Wealth North America) Earl Evans commented, "Many of the advisers talking to Shaw and Partners are impressed with the emphasis we place on our individual clients, our overall client service as well as our highly accessible flat management structure.
"During the past 12 months we have been reshaping our advice business and evolving into the premier, high touch boutique business of choice for clients, advisers and staff alike."
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