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Tom Harris  
Partner – Wealth Management

Tom’s ambition is to provide the best client service he possibly can. He is passionate about his clients and strives to achieve the most fruitful financial position for them and their loved ones. With a strong technical knowledge, he adds comfort to his clients experience as he can guarantee their wealth is being both protected and expanded in his trusted hands. Tom also has great relationships within the firm and appreciates our friendly culture.

Tom started at Accru Melbourne in 2005 and has been successfully achieving his goals both personally and professionally ever since. He was dux of the FINSIA subject ‘Economics and Financial Markets’ in 2005, appointed as Authorised Representative in 2006 and is the responsible Manager for Accru’s Credit licence and Australian Financial Services Licence.

Not only is his passion for client service and building strong relationships; Tom believes in going the extra mile quite literally for his clients whether they are near or far. There is nothing more satisfying for Tom than celebrating successes and providing compassion and support for those in need.

How best described: Acts with integrity.

Tom Harris - Director

 

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

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