About Us

Our Experts Will Work with You on Defining Your Goals and Creating your Path to Success

We believe people of all income levels can do better with managing their money. We are a friendly and approachable Financial Planning team, who are responsive and accountable to the achievements of our client’s financial goals while also being flexible enough to understand and work within your constraints. We will help you build strategies and guide you through your financial future. We do this confidently, confidentially and ethically.

Strategic Financial Advisers is a Corporate Authorised Representative (No 1243366) of Financial Masterplan Pty Ltd (AFSL 344628).

Our
Team

Jenny To
Jenny To
Financial Adviser
Jenny provides client service to our existing clients and assists with advice preparation and administration.
Sophia Ngu
Sophia Ngu
Trainee Adviser
Sophia assists with our advice preparation, data entry and administration.
Ellie Wei CPA
Ellie Wei CPA
Accountant
Ellie processes all financial transactions from start to finish, including financial reporting and providing financial insights to the business owner.
Nigel Janson BCOM MBA FCPA CFP
Nigel Janson BCOM MBA FCPA CFP
Financial Adviser
Nigel Janson is a CPA public practitioner & Fellow of CPA Australia (FCPA) and a CFP professional member of the Financial Planning Association.

What
Our Clients
Say

Our situation has also changed a lot over this period, mainly when we moved to live and work in Japan from April 2014, remaining here in a role in Tokyo. At the time of the move, Nigel and his team provided a comprehensive analysis of the likely local tax and investment implications of becoming Japan residents, and this has been helpful for the nearly six years we have been here.

Michael & Laysee Atkins
Senior Executive/Company Director (in Japan)

Nigel Janson has been looking after my superannuation interests for over 10 years. During this time I have found Nigel to be prompt with any request I have made and he has provided informative newsletters as to variations in the market which may affect superannuations in general. Although I would classify my superannuation as modest I feel I have always been treated in the same manner as any other superannuation investor.

Janet Oades
Retiree

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