Bombora-aligned risk specialist practice MBS Insurance has increased its adviser team with the appointment of two new advisers.
MBS Insurance partner Kris Mason said Chris Mackenzie and Brent McCullough have become authorised representatives within the business after having originally joined the risk advice practice as paraplanners.
Mr Mackenzie and Mr McCullough joined the Sydney-based practice three years ago.
"As partners, we are committed to developing our people, mentoring and passing on business and life skills to the next generation – in other words, we lead by example," Mr Mason said.
"We put our staff and advisers first in order to ensure that our clients are first – so no misfits and a cultural fit are our key employment criteria," he said.
MBS Insurance was previously licensed through life insurer TAL's dealer group, Affinia, leaving to join Wayne Handley's specialist risk advice dealer group Bombora in July 2015.
Comments powered by CComment
Financial services software firm Iress says that its recent strategic shift will allow it to lean into its core offering
Australians will often turn to their immediate circle when the topic of retirement planning arises, new figures have ...
The AIOFP has announced new programs with a UK-based private banking and wealth management firm and a rural succession ...
Never miss the stories that impact the industry.
Get the latest news! Subscribe to the ifa bulletin