The advisers on the list were voted by their peers as well as the Financial Standard editorial team.
“All Australian expats know that it is very difficult to stay up to date on the tax and legislative changes that are passed by the respective governments in Australia and both myself and my colleagues have taken it upon ourselves to educate Australian expats and ensure that they are fully informed on every step of their expat journey” said Brett Evans.
Brett has been nominated as a Top 50 most Influential Adviser in Australia every year since the awards have been run from 2013 and is a testament to his dedication in providing Australian expat tax and financial advice to the Australian expat community around the world.
“With more than 20,000 financial advisers in Australia, being one of the Power50 is a privilege and a responsibility. We wish them more success in the future so that they can continue to help Australians enjoy better financial outcomes in their lives” said Michelle Baltazar, Executive Director of Media for Financial Standard.
When the Financial Standard compiled the list they looked for financial advisers who have been and continue to be influential and instrumental in shaping the future of the financial advice community.
Financial Standard editor Jamie Williamson said: “This year’s Power50 is cultivating and ushering in the new world of advice, and Financial Standard couldn’t be happier to acknowledge them for a job well done.”
“The list is full of advisers whose ethics and convictions stand firm above all else. The younger generation wants their values considered in their investments and financial decisions. Advisers who cater to that and consider a client’s ethical values as part of their holistic plan are bound to flourish,” she said.
To view the full list of the Top 50 most influential advisers in Australia click here.