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|... will exit the business next month. Profile Financial Services has confirmed the resignation of its chief executive Sarah Abood. Abood first took leadership of the privately-owned group in February 2010, following more than 20 years in financial services. ...|
|... announced they were exiting the advice market, so the timing was good." Profile Financial Services chief executive Sarah Abood said the firm is always looking to work with advisers with a client-first ethos and that can benefit from scale, investments ...|
|... achieve their financial goals and manage their assets through a range of circumstances," Profile chief executive Sarah Abood said.|
|... current, retaining his Certified Financial Planner designation. Speaking to Financial Standard , Profile chief executive Sarah Abood said the acquisition came about by way of Profile senior adviser Todd Stanford, with Stanford and Keeley having previously ...|
|... 1 May, with onePlan rebranding to Profile Financial Services. Announcing the acquisition, Profile chief executive Sarah Abood said: "We feel strongly that to be truly successful, we need to be able to attract great planners and clients as well as complete ...|
|... advisers - a running theme at the Association of Goals Based Advice's inaugural conference. Profile Financial Services' Sarah Abood said solutions simply don't exist to build tools that allow goals-based advisers to have the kind of conversations they ...|
|... grown to the point where we needed more senior expertise to round out our service offering," Profile chief executive Sarah Abood said.|
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