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Peter Addison 
Associate Director – Wealth Management

Peter has been with Accru Melbourne since 2014 after a very prestigious career within the banking and sharebroking industries. He spent his first 20 years within the Banking sector, principally in the Corporate Division and his last 20 years in sharebroking within a client advising position. He is renowned for his expert knowledge of domestic and international equity investments and is highly respected and appreciated by his loyal clients for the financial advice he provides.

Peter is passionate about providing financial advice that is tailored specifically to his clients needs and enjoys visiting his clients at their premises all around Melbourne. He really goes above and beyond to meet the needs of his trusted clients. Along with his extensive experience, Peter has a Bachelor of Economics and Politics from Monash University.

Best describes Peter: “Expert financial advice from a conscientious, responsive and caring individual.”

Contact: paddison@accrumelb.com.au
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200

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