Tupicoffs’ James Kenny picks up Financial Planner of the Year

Money Management has named Tupicoffs' James Kenny its 2013 Financial Planner of the Year.

In a profession that has become increasingly hard to crack, Kenny went beyond the call in the last year to mentor prospective planners and introduce new talent to the baby boomer-dominated space.

He lent his voice to several events and workshops, while helping students from Griffith University to realise their financial adviser aspirations.

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The 35-year-old has also helped a number of his clients recover losses through the firm's Financial Rescue program — an innovative scheme that has attracted cross-referral from other financial planning firms.

Money Management's panel of judges admired Kenny's dedication to ensuring the future of the profession and his off-the-clock commitment to clients.

The judges selected Shadforth's Sally Huynh as runner-up this year for her compassionate approach to holistic financial advice and lifting professional standards.

The other finalists this year were Cygnet Advisory director Luke Naughtin and Citigold Wealth Management senior wealth specialist Andy Low.




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