Centaur and TWD take out AFA wins

Hugh Robertson of Centaur Financial Services and Western Australia’s TWD Australia have been named the Association of Financial Adviser’s (AFA) and Zurich’s Adviser of the Year and Practice of the Year respectively.

AFA CEO, Phil Kewin, congratulated the winners for their roles as industry ambassadors in advocating for advice and the outcome it delivers.

Zurich’s CEO, Tim Bailey, said the winners were the pinnacle of financial advice, and while the advice profession undergoes a transformation, the adviser and practice set an example for their peers.

"With reputation and trust a driving factor for the whole industry, Hugh and TWD Australia have been able to lift this perception across the profession through their unwavering ethics, unique ideologies and actions,” said Bailey. “Their leadership and courage can forge a path forward in these challenging times.” 

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