Andrew co-founded Bradley Nuttall with Jacob Wolt and Dave Bradley in 1994, with a view to establishing an independent firm of wealth management advisers who would strive to provide the best non-conflicted advice. He was confident that this would allow him the greatest opportunity to assist his clients in reaching their goals and objectives.
Andrew specialises in simplifying his clients’ financial lives so they can concentrate on what they find truly important. He has experience working with Trustees who have numerous beneficiaries, needs, and requirements in order to foster healthy family communication and relationships.
Andrew excels at understanding his clients’ needs, which enables him to put strategies in place that will help them reach their goals. He provides his clients with a strong understanding of their investment strategies, thus bringing clients clarity, peace of mind, and reassurance that they are investing the right way. Beyond this, Andrew also offers a shoulder to lean on for people who may have experienced a recent major change in their lives.
Andrew has BSc from the University of Canterbury and a diploma in Business Studies – Personal Financial Planning from Massey University. He sits on the board of the McLean Institute and is still active on the cricket field playing for the Willows Cricket Club, which was established in 1994 to promote youth cricket. He has coached schoolboy cricket for 15 years (nine of these at Christchurch Boys High School) and has served on the Canterbury committee of the IFA (Institutute of Financial Advisers) for more than 15 years. He is married to Jo (a secondary school teacher) and they have four children.
Andrew is an Authorised Financial Adviser (AFA) and his FSP Registration number is FSP34084.
Copies of Andrew’s disclosure statements are available on request and free of charge.