• Help my clients develop healthy attitudes and habits towards money
  • Specialist home finance advice to clients starting out or building their wealth
  • Protecting your greatest asset, yourself, your family and your income.
  • Over 10 years experience working in the financial planning industry.

About Emily

Having over 10 years’ experience in the financial planning industry I have seen first hand the difference that financial stability and success has on people’s happiness and their ability to lead the lives they wish to. While my moto for every client is Save, Invest and Protect I also understand that no single approach is the right one for every single client. Everyone has their individual journey to take and I see it as a privilege to assist them to achieve their financial success. Seeing people improve their financial situation, realise and accomplish their goals is much more than just a passion of mine. For me there is no better feeling!

My Three Golden Rules

  1. Save, invest, protect.
  2. Life is about choices and the choices you make determine your destination.
  3. Don't beat yourself up over past choices, it's never to late to start making the right ones.
"It was an absolute pleasure dealing with Emily. She set us on track financially and used plain language to do so. The biggest upside was the security that comes with having a sound financial plan going forward. Sharing your finances is a very personal thing but Emily was very respectful and non-judgemental. I would not hesitate to recommend this consummate professional for anyone who wants financial peace of mind."

- Emma Bailey
Years in the industry

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