Today US financial investment publication Barron’s, in partnership with The Australian’s business magazine The Deal, released their rankings of Australia’s Top 100 Financial Advisers.
The rankings are based on a comprehensive national survey. This list offers clients and advisers a unique guide to the leading practitioners in the sector. The formula used to calculate the ranking is rooted in three general categories: client assets managed by the adviser, fees and revenue generated by their business, and the quality of the adviser’s business.
This was the fifth consecutive year Koda was included in the rankings, and the 2023 list included ten Koda Adviser Partners.
The greatest risk for advice practices bringing on Professional Year advisers is making an investment in non-revenue generating employees who then become attractive to recruiters for other firms once they finish their training commitments. But one of the country’s leading wealth firms, Koda Capital, believes it has found a way to create an attractive career...
For Frank Macindoe, the challenge in long-term investing is to ignore the noise and determine the underlying trends. The adviser and partner at Koda Capital in Sydney takes a considered, multiyear investment approach that aims to minimise volatility while achieving superior returns. “I try not to be distracted by the short term, ” he says....
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