Boyce expands services to further maximise wealth of rural and regional Australians
25 August 2008
Leading professional services firm, Boyce Chartered Accountants, today announces the launch of their new financial advisory business - Boyce Financial Services (BFS).
Boyce has been a trusted advisor to many rural families for more than 35 years.
With more than 130 staff and six offices located in major regional centres, their size and scale means that they are able to offer a level of knowledge, insight and experience not available in smaller firms.
Managing director, Peter King, says that he and his fellow Boyce directors are excited by the expansion of their suite of services.
“BFS will offer a full range of financial services and advice to maximise the wealth potential of individuals, families and businesses,” said Mr King.
Lindsay Garnock, a Certified Financial Planner, has been appointed as a Senior Financial Advisor with BFS based in Wagga Wagga. He has worked in the financial services industry for more than 7 years and has extensive experience in providing comprehensive strategic financial advice to clients throughout the state.
“It is exciting to be part of this new division of Boyce and to be able to offer a service that integrates our clients’ wealth maximisation plans with their accounting and taxation strategies,” said Mr Garnock.
BFS is supported by a team of advisors from across the Boyce office network including Lucy Thompson (Orange, Dubbo and Moree), Peter King (Goulburn) and Elizabeth Timmins in Cooma.
BFS and its advisors are licenced to provide financial advisory services through Lonsdale Financial Group. (Elizabeth is licenced under Boyce Superannuation Strategy*). Services are provided on a “fee for service” basis and all fees are disclosed and agreed up-front. Advice provided by BFS is not linked to financial incentives.
The range of services includes investment advice and placement, superannuation and retirement planning, gearing strategies, education and savings plans, insurance and asset protection and access to estate and succession planning and stockbroking and lending facilities.
“With the launch of BFS, Boyce increases its ability to deliver on its commitment to rural and regional Australians to maximising their wealth potential,” said Mr Garnock
“We invite current and potential clients to make a positive choice and contact us for a no obligation, free initial consultation to see what BFS can offer them.”
Lindsay Garnock, Lucy Thompson, Elizabeth Timmins, Peter King, Boyce Financial Services Pty Limited and *Boyce Strategy Pty Limited t/as Boyce Superannuation Strategy are Authorised Representatives of Lonsdale Financial Group Limited, ABN 76 006 637 225, AFS Licence No. 246934.