Mid-tier firm announces new partners

Mid-tier firm announces new partners

One mid-tier firm has announced new partners to its Sydney arm across its private clients and wealth management divisions.

Effective 1 July 2016, Pitcher Partners Sydney will welcome Alison Wood to its private clients team. She specialises in managing the global tax affairs of internationally mobile executives, families and business owners.

“She has a strong understanding of the personal tax regime in overseas jurisdictions including United Kingdom, USA, Hong Kong, France and Singapore,” Pitcher Partners said in a statement released this morning.

Louise Meijer will also be joining the partnership in the private clients team as a personal tax specialist, with a focus on domestic tax issues, family trusts and superannuation.

“Louise advises a broad range of high net wealth individuals including senior executives, families and business owners. She is a recognised expert in the fields of superannuation strategy, SMSF compliance and estate planning,” said Pitcher Partners.

Finally, Jordan Kennedy will be joining as partner in the Sydney firm’s wealth management arm.

“Jordan has a broad and holistic range of expertise, providing comprehensive wealth management and superannuation advice to high net wealth individuals and families, as well as corporate executives,” Pitcher Partners said.

Pitcher Partners Sydney managing partner Rob Southwell. is buoyed by the appointment for the upcoming new financial year.

“Alison, Louise and Jordan have already contributed so much to Pitcher Partners Sydney as we moved through the merger process last year,” Mr Southwell said.

“We’re growing at the same time as we’re helping our clients to grow, and Alison, Louise and Jordan will be a key part of that growth journey over the months and years to come,” he added.

 

 

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