MEDIA RELEASE Professional services company, AZ Next Generation Advisory (AZ NGA) has bolstered its senior leadership team, recruiting Countplus Chief Operating Officer Graham McGeagh to help spearhead the group’s expansion plans. McGeagh, who also served
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Azimut-backed professional services utility, AZ Next Generation Advisory (AZ NGA) has secured a key plank in the group’s strategy by gaining a foothold in the New South Wales Hunter Region with the acquisition of RI Newcastle and Lower Hunter.
people say about us...
The framework for growth
The transaction enabled me to take some cash off the table but the real value has been in the framework for growth and success, including quarterly board meetings and deep relationships with other business owners and CEOs.Brett Schatto
CEO, Pride Advice, Adelaide
They worked with us
AZ NGA persevered to get a decision from people who found it challenging to make a decision. They kept the pressure on us, which we needed, and they worked with us to bring about a mutually-beneficial solution for all parties.Paul Fog
CEO, Henderson Matusch, Brisbane
Solved our succession issues
AZ NGA solved our succession issues and brought much-needed certainty and opportunity to staff and shareholders. It has injected new life and energy into the business.Michael Furness
General Manager, Farrow Hughes Mulcahy
Clear pathway and support
For young people who are passionate about financial advice and want to be a leader in this emerging profession, AZ NGA provides a clear pathway and the support you need to get to where you want to go.Tim Brown
Financial Adviser, Harvest Wealth, Geelong