If you’re one of Nick Thomas’s clients you’ll see a new face amongst his team, with the promotion of Emily Still to Associate Adviser.
Promotion a perfect fit
Emily has been with First Financial since August 2016. She joined as Client Services Manager so she knows exactly what is required to assist in the delivery of exceptional client service. It’s this experience which made her a perfect fit for her new role.
So it was with great pleasure that we announced her promotion on 20th April. As an Associate Adviser for Nick Thomas, Emily will be a first point of contact for client queries.
She’ll work to support Nick in providing strategic financial planning and investment advice to his clients.
She’s also looking forward to learning from this experienced adviser.
Straight into the job
She may only be one week into the new role, but Emily is already very much part of the team, says her new manager, Nick.
‘I’m looking forward to introducing Emily to our clients.
She’s a fast learner who’s already hit the ground running and I look forward to watching her continue to grow,’ said Nick.
No rest for our newest Associate
But there’s no resting on her laurels for our newest Associate Adviser. Emily juggles her work with studies. She is currently part of the way through the Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning. It’s a course we thoroughly support as part of her on-the-job adviser training.
Emily moved to Melbourne from Hobart nearly two and a half years ago, looking for more career opportunities and a faster pace of life. One of the things she’s missed, apart from family and friends, is the direct client contact she had at the small Hobart firm where she worked. But that’s all about to change and Emily couldn’t be happier. We know our clients will enjoy getting to know Emily too.
Well done Emily!
At First Financial, when we see someone who’s a fast learner and an exceptional communicator, we like to give them a reason to stay.
So we are thrilled to announce Emily’s promotion and welcome her to the new role of Associate Adviser.
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