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Richard Addison 
Partner – Wealth Management

In a fast paced, complex financial industry; Richard has a way of slowing down the stresses and has a great ability to explain the current forecast along with his future aspirations. Richard has had a passion for finance his whole life and has thoroughly enjoyed building his extensive knowledge to benefit his valued clients. He is very proud to work amongst a great network of trusted colleagues and believes that innovation is the key to success!

Richard joined Accru in 2001, he became partner in 2008 and during this time has played a significant role in building the firms Wealth Management service from the ground up. He shows great leadership and strives to create opportunities for both our staff and the firm.

Putting clients first is a priority. With late night or early morning meetings, Richard understands his clients can be busy and he will go out of his way to ensure their financial needs are met.

Best describes Richard: “Reliable, dependable and follows through.”

Richard Addison - Partner
Contact: raddison@accrumelb.com.au
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200

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