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Nov 29, 2018

Do you think Superannuation companies are taking advantage of Australians by having them unwittingly pay away their retirement funds in super fees? Chris Brycki thinks so.

Chris Brycki (LinkedIn: /in/brycki/ ) is the Founder and CEO of Stockspot (https://www.stockspot.com.au) – an online investment robo-advice company with a mission to help more Australians access expert investment advice and portfolio management. He’s also on a mission to do away with high fees, confusing jargon and lack of transparency which he believes is giving Financial Services a bad reputation.

In this episode, Chris sits down with Clayton and Ray from XY Adviser to discuss Stockspot’s annual ‘Fat Cat’ Report, why Chris believes super companies are experiencing diseconomies of scale, why Chris started a robo-advice company and whether it can be integrated with traditional Financial Advice and why you need an ‘edge’ when making an investment decision.

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This podcast is proudly supported by Netwealth (www.netwealth.com.au), an ASX listed company ranked #1 for overall platform functionality and user satisfaction by Investment Trends for the past three years.

Netwealth understands that the Financial Advice landscape is changing and is providing market leading technology to help you explore new perspectives and realise new efficiencies. Through excellent customer service and expertise, netwealth are working with XY Advisers to innovate and drive Financial Advice forward.

Nov 22, 2018

As a Financial Advisor, you know you have the skills to implement strategies and help your clients achieve what they want in life, but how’s your sales skills? Do you tailor your communication methods to suit individual clients and provide a great experience? How do you demonstrate your worth as an advisor and overcome any objections?

Davina Poletto (LinkedIn:/davinapoletto/) is the Customer Success Coach from SalesITV (www.salesitv.com.au) with 20 years’ combined experience in funds management with a brief period as a Financial Advisor. Having always had a passion for sales and from her experience in Financial Services, Davina believes somewhere along the way sales has become a dirty word when it really doesn’t have to be.

In this episode, Adrian and Davina discuss the negative impact excessive administration and compliance requirements has on delivering great advice, why advisors need a solid support system to deliver compliant advice, why sales skills are an integral part of the advice process and the outcome of selling ethically versus selling in a pushy or aggressive manner.

XY Adviser Online Training Platform - www.xyadviser.com

General Disclaimer - www.xyadviser.com/disclaimer/

This podcast is proudly supported by netwealth (www.netwealth.com.au), an ASX listed company ranked #1 for overall platform functionality and user satisfaction by Investment Trends for the past three years.

netwealth understands that the Financial Advice landscape is changing and is providing market leading technology to help you explore new perspectives and realise new efficiencies. Through excellent customer service and expertise, netwealth are working with XY Advisers to innovate and drive Financial Advice forward.

Nov 14, 2018

One thing we know about the XY Community is they love hearing from other Financial Advisors and listening to what they’ve been up to, and one very interesting Advisor who is well worth hearing from is the ‘grandad’ of XY Adviser – Dean Holmes (LinkedIn:/mrdeanholmes/).

Dean is the Co-Founder and Wealth Advisor at Absolute Wealth Advisors (www.absolutewealthadvisors.com.au). He also supports four other innovative Financial Advice businesses under his AFSL The Wealth Network (www.wealthnetwork.net.au). When it comes to taking on new advisors under his license ‘wing’, Dean says choosing the right people is crucial; there must be an alignment of vision and an alignment of values between both parties because the decisions you make about people in the front end of your world ultimately affect the decisions you make within your businesses later on.

In this episode you’ll learn how to find the right people to join your organisation, the benefit of incorporating a business coaching program into your organisation (and the one Dean uses), the importance of building trust with prospective clients and the different ways Dean has watched advisors in his network do this and the outcome Dean and Clayton would like to see from the Royal Commission.

XY Adviser Online Training Platform -
https://www.xyadviser.com

General Disclaimer -
https://www.xyadviser.com/disclaimer/

This podcast is proudly supported by Netwealth (www.netwealth.com.au), an ASX listed company ranked #1 for overall platform functionality and user satisfaction by Investment Trends for the past three years.

Netwealth understands that the Financial Advice landscape is changing and is providing market leading technology to help you explore new perspectives and realise new efficiencies. Through excellent customer service and expertise, Netwealth are working with XY Advisers to innovate and drive Financial Advice forward.

Nov 8, 2018

Imagine having access to a proven financial coaching strategy designed to help millennial clients smash their financial and lifestyle goals and become the best version of themselves. Now imagine learning this strategy from the #1 Advice firm for millennials - Wealth Enhancers (www.wealthenhancers.community).

Finn Kelly (@TheFinnKelly) is the Wealth Enhancers co-founder, Young Presidents and Entrepreneurs Organisations Forum Facilitator, Speaker and Millennial Money Expert who built a niche business model which didn’t yet exist in Financial Services. Aside from providing a highly successful financial coaching service to high performing millennials, Wealth Enhancers have also built a strong and reputable brand which has become well renowned not only in the finance industry but with consumers seeking advice.

In this episode, Finn explains the key differences between a Financial Adviser and a Financial Coach, how Wealth Enhancers built a different view of Financial Advice for a generation who traditionally haven’t sought advice, the four elements you need in your offering to help millennials build financial wealth and how Financial Advisers can work together to raise the collective consciousness and provide great advice to those who really need it.

XY Adviser Online Training Platform -
https://www.xyadviser.com

General Disclaimer -
https://www.xyadviser.com/disclaimer/

This podcast is proudly supported by netwealth (www.netwealth.com.au), an ASX listed company ranked #1 for overall platform functionality and user satisfaction by Investment Trends for the past three years.

netwealth understands that the Financial Advice landscape is changing and is providing market leading technology to help you explore new perspectives and realise new efficiencies. Through excellent customer service and expertise, netwealth are working with XY Advisers to innovate and drive Financial Advice forward.

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