The Financial Planning Association has recruited a former NAB wealth executive and Godfrey Pembroke managing director to its senior management team.
NAB Wealth general manager, customer retention and mature products, Tom Reddacliff has been appointed to the new role of general manager, member growth and marketing, at the FPA.
“With strong financial planning sector credentials, Mr Reddacliff will spearhead a concerted approach to concurrently grow the numbers of professional members and engage more Australians about the difference a professional financial planner can make in their lives,” said an FPA statement.
“[He] will primarily focus on working with professional practices, FPA partners and members to further embed the role of professionalism and certification in the financial planning sector.”
Mr Reddacliff is a strong supporter of the FPA’s philosophy of raising professional standards, commenting that “a profession must serve the greater good of the community”.
The new recruit previously held a number of role within the NAB Wealth network, including general manager of MLC Advice Solutions, managing director of NAB-aligned dealer group Godfrey Pembroke and national sales manager at MLC Investments.
FPA chief executive Mark Rantall is also a former managing director of Godfrey Pembroke.
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