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|... and lending businesses. In May, chair Mark Bouris announced the wealth business restructure will result in job cuts; Frank Ganis stepped down as group chief executive to a part-time role. In 2018, the wealth division's products, cost structure, scalability ...|
|... shop-front style franchise of 115 branches, as well as the Vow Financial independent mortgage aggregator network. Frank Ganis will step down as group chief executive to a part-time role where he will consult on initiatives, while Bouris will oversee ...|
|Yellow Brick Road made a raft of personnel changes to support the strategic initiatives of new chief Frank Ganis. The firm is welcoming aboard a new head of its RESI lending arm in Macquarie Group's Michael Abboud, as Ganis looks to "breathe new life" ...|
|... wealth management group is welcoming its new chief executive, promoting from within. Yellow Brick Road has appointed Frank Ganis as its leader. He joined YBR as a board member in 2017 and recently stepped into an advisory role. Ganis was formerly an ...|
|... non-executive director with Yellow Brick Road is resigning in order to join the company's leadership team. Industry veteran Frank Ganis will take on an advisory role with Yellow Brick Road, stepping down from the board position he accepted in August ...|
|... certain he will be able to take COIN to the next level and continue to understand and address our clients' needs," said Frank Ganis, Macquarie Adviser Services executive director. Pitman's prior experience includes manager of strategy third part for ...|
|... holistic financial package with options they can choose from that would help to support their financial goals," said Frank Ganis, executive director and head of product and technology Macquarie Adviser Services.|
The long serving chair of wealth management firm Morrows is being remembered for his larger-than-life personality and generous spirit following his sudden passing last week.
The superannuation and investing startup has crossed $1 billion in total assets, after more than doubling the number in the last year.
A financial advice industry association, which had been vocal in boycotting the FASEA exam and fighting to retain life commissions, has shuttered.
Former Mutual Trust and AIA Australia chief investment officer Graeme Bibby has joined a wealth management firm.
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