Nick’s early career started in academia working in a science based tertiary education role for the University of Otago. During this period, Nick gained his Masters in Biochemistry, writing a thesis on Alzheimer’s Disease.

After a 2-year OE living and working in the UK, Nick moved back to New Zealand with a determination to shift his career focus to a more client facing role. Nick’s analytic and medical background provided an excellent pathway into providing advice to protect people’s finances from the impacts caused by premature death and disability.

Nick started with Advice Plus as a Paraplanner while on his journey to becoming an adviser. This role helped him to understand the different insurance products available and how they can work in combination to best fit a client’s specific needs. Using Advice Plus’s unique model to calculate a client’s needs, Nick has now transitioned into an advisory role.

Nick’s analytical and communication skills compliment the Advice Plus ‘client first’ approach to understanding clients’ needs.

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