Financial planning and stockbroking firm Prescott Securities has appointed a self-managed superannuation strategy specialist to a full-time advisory role.
In a statement released yesterday, Prescott announced that James Scott-Young will join its team of financial advisers, having previously been employed as an assistant on the personal risk insurance project in 2013 before being promoted to a fully-fledged advisory role.
Mr Scott-Young formerly worked at Ord Minnett and specialises in self-managed superannuation strategy development, as well as general asset allocation and direct equities advice.
“James is committed to understanding each of his client’s specific requirements and then tailoring a solution to meet their long-term objectives,” said Prescott Securities' general manager, Andrew Sterzl.
“He is also passionate about helping clients and their families protect their assets and interests and is therefore a welcome addition to our financial planning and risk insurance team.”
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