Daryl has been a self-employed Financial Adviser since 2001. He has helped clients from all walks of life over the years in relation to their total financial needs, covering issues such as retirement income, protection of their current and future lifestyles, managing personal cash flows, maximising government benefits, investing in shares and superannuation as well as being a trusted personal resource for all of life’s big decisions.
Prior to being licensed as a Financial Adviser in 1998, Daryl had a seventeen year career in the financial services sector, being employed in senior roles within three of Australia’s biggest banks and one of the country’s largest fund managers. He was an economist, lender and fund manager.
Daryl has successfully founded two businesses since 2001 and knows intimately what it’s like to run an enterprise, deal with other shareholders and manage ownership matters. His direct experience with business ownership issues led him to write his first book.
Daryl is a public speaker who has been presenting to audiences about financial issues for over 25 years.
Daryl’s first degree was a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne in 1980 majoring in Economics. His second degree was a Bachelor of Business from RMIT University in 1987 majoring in Accounting. He also has a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the Melbourne Business School.
Daryl is a fellow of CPA Australia, a Fellow of Finsia (Financial Services Institute of Australasia) and a Certified Financial Planner.