Manager – Superannuation
Nick joined Accru Melbourne in 2011 and has over 15 years’ experience working in the public practice servicing clients in business services. He is our Superannuation Specialist and prides himself on being a Technical Superannuation Expert. This has lead to his passion for all things superannuation. He continuously keeps up to date with the latest cutting edge superannuation strategies and exceeds his client expectations. Nick’s clients are assured to achieve the best possible outcome/strategy for their situation.As a regular attendee of various technical discussion groups and presenter on superannuation topics at these groups and for our clients at Accru, Nick is always up to date on the latest issues.
Further to his expertise, Nick is our SMSF Manager. I have been with Accru Melbourne for over 7 years. I work primarily with high net-worth individuals and self- funded retirees. I manage a Specialist Superannuation Team that is responsible for over 400 SMSF’s and a variety of investment entities and individuals. His education includes a Bachelor of Commerce, Accounting and Finance, Chartered Accountant, he is a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, a registered Chartered Accounting SMSF Specialist, Accredited with Kaplan for RG 146 Superannuation/SMSF and is a member of SISFA (Self-Managed Independent Superannuation Funds Association).
Best describes Nick: “Hard-working and solutions based superannuation expert!”
Languages: English, Greek
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200
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