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Fred Dodds acknowledged for his services to financial advisers

Financial Advice New Zealand hands out awards to long-standing members.

Friday, August 23rd 2019, 3:39PM

Fred Dodds was acknowledged at the Financial Advice New Zealand conference for his outstanding contribution to the industry.

Dodds has played many roles in the industry including with Prudential and Tower, the Institute of Financial Advisers and now with Fred Dodds Consulting. Dodds was a key figure in the creation of Financial Advice New Zealand.

As the judges said: “Fred’s passion for the profession and his ability to encourage others to achieve and become part of the story is outstanding; it is this inclusiveness that sets him apart.
Well done Fred; A thoroughly well-deserved award."

These Awards recognise Financial Advice New Zealand members who help New Zealanders achieve financial wellbeing through providing an outstanding financial advice service and who exhibit professional excellence.

Another well-known figure, and former President of the Professional Advisers Association, Peter Leitch, received the Outstanding Adviser Award – Insurance.

“Peter is well known in the industry and has created and maintained a very respected advice business. Perhaps the best way to sum up Peter’s outstanding advice business and service is through a statement included in his award nomination:

'It is dangerous to state one is better than the other, rather there are lots of different people, they all need advice, delivered in one way or another, and so long as that advice is delivered with their clients’ best interest in mind, then the (advice) ecosystem is safe’.”

While the Canterbury Crusaders string together consecutive titles so too is Masterton-based Tim Fairbrother. He took out an award at last year's conference and this year won Outstanding Adviser Award – Financial Planning.

“The systems and structures of Rival Wealth are comprehensive and have been developed with the clients' interests at heart, and the educational material produced for clients is impressive. We were also very impressed with Tim’s services to the community, and in particular, his work giving back to the financial advice community,” the judges said.

Community Services Awards

Three community services awards were handed out to Darcy Ungaro, Garth Clarricoats and Marie Quinn.

Judges' comments:

  • “Darcy launched NZ Everyday Investor one year ago out of a genuine desire to help people become financially literate. We were impressed with Darcy’s vision, commitment, innovation, integrity, and the service he is providing to the New Zealand community.”
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  • “Over the past 15 years, Garth has committed to extensive community service and in particular has volunteered his governance expertise to community charities, to help them become financially resilient and to realise their vision for the community. We were inspired by both Garth’s contributions to the community and his belief that we have a responsibility to help others have a good life and to leave the world a better place than we found it.”
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  • “Marie was a pioneer in the financial planning industry when it began in the 1980s. Her accomplishments and contributions to the community are numerous. In 2014 she was awarded the Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM) for Services to Business and the Community. Marie’s dedication to serving others, without expectation of financial reward is unquestionable, and her commitment to her causes is inspirational.”
  • To see who won the mortgage adviser awards CLICK HERE
  • And the winner of the Insurance adviser awards is here
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