Brad Church CFP, F Fin, BBus

Chief Executive and Senior Adviser

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A trusted financial adviser to successful business people and professionals, Brad has both a passion and a talent for personal finance. He has turned this passion into a career advising high net worth families on effective wealth building, wealth preservation and philanthropic strategies.

Brad is an invaluable resource, ensuring his clients have more time to invest in their business and the other things in life that are important to them. He has been ranked in the top 50 financial planners Australia-wide (Personal Investor Magazine Masterclass), and is one of a very select group to be awarded this industry honour over three consecutive years.

Since 2004, when Brad was appointed Chief Executive, he has successfully ensured clients continue to enjoy the level of service and success that have been a hallmark of Goodman Private Wealth over its 33 year history.  Testament to the firm's ongoing commitment to quality under Brad’s leadership, Goodman Private Wealth recently celebrated another industry honour when it was recognised as an IFA Excellence Awards Finalist 2019 for Client Servicing Company of the Year. This builds on prior industry recognition, including the Asset Innovation Awards and Second Generation Family Business of the Year Queensland.

A Certified Financial Planner, Brad's academic qualifications and professional memberships also include:

  • Bachelor of Business - Banking and Finance, Queensland University of Technology
  • Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning, Securities Institute of Australia (now Finsia)
  • CFP Professional Education Program, University of Western Sydney
  • Fellow, Financial Services Institute of Australasia (Finsia)

Brad is a past lecturer of the Securities Institute and also Kaplan Professional. Today he continues to present to business owners and senior executives in Australia and New Zealand on the subjects of goal setting and creating an inspiring financial strategy.

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