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Former Lifetime boss acquires advice firm of the same name

Friday, June 22nd 2018, 9:06AM

Gary Skeates has chosen to semi-retire from the industry and transfer his business, LIFE-TIME Financial Group Ltd, to Centastone. Skeates has spent 52 years in the financial services industry, especially working alongside his clients with whom he has developed reciprocal and respectful relationships.

LIFE-TIME will become part of the Centastone Group. 

Centastone is a boutique financial services company, who specialise in all four disciplines of Financial Advice; Investment, Insurance, Lending, and Fire and General.

"We pride ourselves on being at the leading edge of the industry, utilising current knowledge and technology to enhance your overall experience," chief executive Warren Stephens says. "We are committed to keeping you up to date and informed of any new policy changes and/or enhancements. Personally, I have been in the Financial Services industry for 23 years and I am committed to leading a company that respects and values each individual client.

 

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