Tynan Mackenzie opens office for northern clients
REFERRALS: Tynan Mackenzie Townsville financial consultants Russell Kapeechkin, Mark
Nilsen and Stephen Welsh NATIONAL financial advisory firm Tynan Mackenzie has opened a Townsville office to capitalise on a decade of successful operations in North Queensland.
Tynan Mackenzie, which boasts prominent finance c o m m e n t a t o r P a u l Clitheroe as a board director, will use its 113 Charters Towers Rd office to service new and long-standing clients from Mount Isa to C a i r n s a n d s o u t h t o Mackay.
The boutique firm identified Townsville as a prime area for expansion given its strong ties to the region’s large government employee base.
O n e o f t h e g r o u p ’ s specialty areas is helping government employees to conservatively invest defined benefit superannuat i on s chemes, s uch as QSuper and CSS, at retirement.
T y n a n M a c k e n z i e ’ s Townsville office is headed by senior financial consultants Mark Nilsen, Russell Kapeechkin and Stephen Welsh. Mr Nilsen said the group’s North Queensland o p e r a t i o n h a d g r o w n through client referrals.
‘‘ In the nearly 10 years Tynan Mackenzie has operated in this region we’ve developed close relations h i p s wi t h Que e n s l a n d Police, Queensland Education and groups in the mining and agricultural sectors,’’ Mr Nilsen said.
‘‘ Our board decided it was time to set a local base for the clients we currently deal with and also to support future clients by making it easier to see our advisers face to face.’’
Mr Nilsen said Tynan Mackenzie provided a cons e r v a t i v e a n d p r o v e n alternative.
Mr Clitheroe is expected to personally brief North Q u e e n s l a n d c l i e n t s a t annual presentations and through newsletters.
Tynan Mackenzie was formed in 1994 and has offices in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Toowoomba, Wollongong and Townsville.