Expands general in-house expertise and specialist services for Australian nationals
MBMG Group, Thailand’s foremost financial and legal advisory for expatriates, has expanded its general in-house expertise and specialist services for Australian nationals with the appointment of Nick Morton as a senior private client advisor with immediate effect.
Morton is a certified financial planner and a member of the Financial Planning Association of Australia, the highest professional designation available to Australian financial planners. He also holds an Advanced Diploma in Financial Services.
His 14 years experience in the financial services industry includes service at BDO Kendalls practice in Australia. Most recently, Morton was a senior private client adviser with ipac Singapore where he managed a large and diverse client base of high net worth clients for three years.
MBMG Group Managing Director Graham Macdonald, said, “MBMG Group and the high-level services we offer to Australian expatriates have been further enhanced by Nick’s appointment to our team.
“Nick brings an unrivalled knowledge and expertise of Australian financial planning, investing and tax planning to the Bangkok market with him,” said Macdonald. “Beyond these specialisms, he can also draw on his broad technical skills to offer a full spectrum of financial advisory services to expats of all nationalities who are seeking counsel on matters such as superannuation, retirement strategy, wealth creation, investment, mortgages, insurance and debt optimisation.”
Morton said, “I’m very excited to be joining MBMG Group and I look forward to helping build on the firm’s reputation for providing sound, ethical financial advice to expatriates. I consider it my personal duty to ensure clients fully understand any investment product, which I recommend to them. Once that has been achieved we can confidently proceed with the process of investment and generating sustainable returns.”
In his spare time, Nick is an avid follower of Australian football and enjoys travelling throughout the region.