Clint joined the PAC team in 2015 and brings with him a broad knowledge of numerous industries. Having worked in banking, insurance, real estate, and business services, as well as construction, forestry and farming, Clint brings a wealth of experience and understanding of potential issues you may face on your advice journey.
Clint chose to pursue a career in financial planning after a desire to help others work with their money in smarter ways. Clint takes pride in the small detail, leaving no stone unturned in a search for the right solution for his clients. Ditching the jargon, Clint can discuss complex issues in a way that makes sense, helping you to make important decisions about your future.
Outside of work, Clint enjoys spending time with his young family, as well as building furniture, hiking, fishing, and snorkelling (but only in the warmer months – it is Tassie after all).
What you can expect when working with Clint is open and clear communication about where you are and the steps to get where you need to go. Taking the hard work away from you, Clint provides a pain free transition to help you achieve your goals and dreams, bringing the thought of “one day” to “today”.
Diploma of Financial Planning
Registered Tax (Financial) adviser
Clint has met the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority Exam Standard in accordance with Section 921B of the Corporations Act 2001 and is enrolled in the Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning, and has completed the following subjects:
Clint also holds a diploma in property services (real estate) and previously held a real estate agent’s license.
From a financial planning point of view, he specialises in working with clients in the trades, real estate, those that are self-employed, as well as pre and post retirees. Clint enjoys a challenge especially those that have a number of moving parts to deal with