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He has always been fascinated by the ‘psychology’ of money and helping people understand and manage risk so that they have a more comfortable investment journey.
‘Creating peace of mind is probably one of the most important things we do’
Austyn’s mantra is ‘Financial Happiness’ and knowing clients well enough to ensure that what we put in place is a right fit for them.
Known for thinking differently, and creator of innovative processes such as Money Mapping ®, Safe Harbour Planning ®, and his signature Cautious Blend ®, he is an advocate of cautious wealth management and risk reduction strategies, providing greater certainty and peace of mind.
The firm’s unique ‘All Weather’ approach to investing is based upon Austyn’s culture, values and beliefs and a passion for reducing investment risk, to protect portfolio values, and to offer a more comfortable investment journey.
Austyn believes that this is even more important in today’s economic climate, because increased risk, volatility and change, are redefining the strategies required for sustainable growth and wealth preservation. In addition, the definition of ‘retirement’ itself is changing, where clients increasingly require greater access, control and flexibility, in order to realise their desired lifestyle and personal objectives.
A successful entrepreneur, investor and financial planning author, Austyn understands many of the issues facing senior executives and retirees, having personally experienced them himself. He is therefore far better placed in understanding the life transitions we all go through, and what this means in terms of financial planning, family security, and how to invest successfully.
Today, over 20 years on, he continues to specialise in the bespoke planning and financial strategy that retirees and entrepreneurs require, and to find out more please click below.
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