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AMP advisers get awards

AMP advisers and advice businesses have been recognised at this year’s AMP Awards.

Tuesday, March 8th 2016, 3:00PM

Certus Financial Group was named AMP Adviser Business of the Year, for the second consecutive year.

Certus is AMP’s largest adviser business, situated in Northland, Auckland and Franklin, providing insurance, investment, superannuation and personal insurance services.

Warren Robertson, who joined AMP in 1975 and  formed Certus in 1998, accepted the award on behalf of the business.

“Well done to all of our winners. We are extremely proud to celebrate the significant difference they make in the lives of our customers,” said Blair Vernon, AMP’s director of advice and sales.

“Congratulations to Warren and the team. To win the AMP Adviser Business of the Year Award for the second consecutive year is a considerable achievement and testament to another outstanding performance over the past 12 months. Backed by AMP, the Certus team continue to grow their business and do more to help New Zealanders achieve their financial goals.”

Brendon White, director of Certus Financial Group, was named AMP Adviser of the Year, also for the second consecutive year.

White has been an AMP adviser since 1998 and with Certus Financial Group since 2008, specialising in wealth management, group superannuation including KiwiSaver, and risk insurance.

“I accept the award on behalf of our talented and dedicated team. In an increasingly competitive environment, it is pleasing to be recognised not just for our sales performance, but importantly for the trust our customers have in us to be there when times get tough or to help them achieve the retirement they dream of,” he said.

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