October 29, 2018

#105 Allison Macfarlane

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Imagine being part of a career advocacy program specifically designed to help female financial advisers obtain guidance, advice and support from other experienced and successful advisers to help them achieve their full potential.

Allison Macfarlane (LinkedIn: allisonmacfarlane/) is the Distribution Manager from Centuria (www.centuria.com.au) who has a wealth of experience working closely with Financial Advisers and is passionate about supporting women in Financial Services through the Financial Executive Women Association (www.executivewomeninfinance.com.au/).

In this episode, Allison and Ray discuss why we’re seeing more females start a career in Financial Services than ever before and why the current regulatory framework needs to change to reach the 80% of consumers who would benefit from sound financial advice. Allison also explains how Centuria’s unlisted and listed property funds work, the types of Advisers suited to this model of specialist investing and the licensing requirements you need to be aware of.

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