Financial advisers from across the country were recognised for their contributions to the industry at the Professional Advisers Association conference in Auckland on Friday night.
The organisation awarded gongs to mortgage adviser of the year Grant McFlinn, insurance adviser of the year Dean Young and KiwiSaver/investment adviser of the year, David Isaacs.
The winners were chosen via a formal process by a panel of judges, made up of Colin James of Skills Org, John Melton of the PAA, and Barry Read, of IDS...MORE»
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