Ethical Investing NZ recruits financial planner

Boutique financial planning firm Ethical Investing NZ has added Dal Jandu to its adviser team.

Monday, June 28th 2021, 10:52AM

by Matthew Martin

Dal Jandu.

Originally from the UK, Dal Jandu has more than 14 years of experience in the New Zealand financial services industry, which started at ING NZ in 2007.

Jandu joins the firm from roles at ANZ, BNZ and Fisher Funds, where he was senior wealth management adviser, focusing on high net worth individuals, directors and charitable trusts.

Formerly known as C2C Partners, the firm rebranded as Ethical Investing NZ earlier in the year to reflect its passion and values, and those of its clients.

It has a focus on sustainability and climate change and offers such portfolios as standard.

Director and founder Peter Lee says the time is right to add to the team.

“Since we rebranded we’ve seen a real upsurge in investor interest.

"Dal’s background and values mean we can look after more clients who want to invest with their values.”

Jandu starts his new role today.

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