Paul Harding-Davis, formerly Australian Unity Personal Financial Services’ head of advice, has joined a software provider company as its non-executive director.
According to a statement, AdviserLogic has appointed Mr Harding-Davis to a “hybrid role”.
He will be actively contributing to sourcing and securing strategic partnering opportunities with larger licensees, accounting firms and significant platform providers, the statement said.
AdviserLogic executive director Daniel Gara said, “Paul’s depth of knowledge of advisers, AFSLs and, particularly, where the advice market is heading in the next few years will be invaluable.
“For a rapidly growing player such as AdviserLogic, this is a very significant appointment that will assist in our existing growth plans, as well as providing deep insight into the development our future planning.”
Mr Harding-Davis had departed Australian Unity PFS in June to “focus on family”. He told ifa at the time he had plans to one day to return to the industry.
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