13. September 2019 - 7:30 bis 9:00
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VIC Genxt Adviser Peer Pod - Building a sustainable practice | Macquarie | Freitag, 13. September 2019

We want to help you grow your network and build great relationships with others in the Genxt community. The AFA Genxt Adviser Peer Pods are open to advisers and aspiring advisers and will run every four months and give you the opportunity to connect and share with your peers and discuss key topics in a relaxed environment over breakfast. 
Please join us for our next Adviser Peer Pod on 13 September 2019.
We're excited to have Phillip Richards & Mark Bardzinski join us for breakfast and share their knowledge! 
Phillip Richards, Managing Director & Financial Adviser at Endorphin Wealth. 
Phillip is a successful financial planner, investor, and business owner. He established Endorphin Wealth in 2014 and has since grown to a multi-million dollar firm with $50 million FUM. Endorphin Wealth's vision is to be the largest non-product financial advisory firm by 2030.
Phillip and Endorphin Wealth have achieved recognition as finalists in multiple categories of the IFA Excellence Awards in 2017, 2018, and 2019. Phillip prides himself on his relationships with his clients and is passionate about sharing his knowledge to promote professional development and growth amongst the financial planning industry. Phillip brings a combination of youthful energy and experience to his endeavours. 
Mark Bardzinski,
Director & Senior Financial Planner, Apt. Wealth  Mark is a Director of a successful financial services business who is passionate about helping people achieve “lifestyle success”. Apt Wealth partners employs 42 staff across 3 offices and manages over 1.6B of clients funds. Mark believes he is only part of the way through the journey and the changes in the years ahead will provide some of the greatest opportunities in our industry for a generation. Mark has a vast array of real world experience that includes working in a petrochemical plant, managing a bingo centre, lending money to small business and his current role as a director of a financial services firm.