Cameron has been working in the finance industry since 2010. Working in both Melbourne and Sydney, he has worked with several investment banks and stockbroking firms, including Royal Bank of Canada, as an Equities Analyst. Specialising in the mining sector, he provided advice and recommendations to superannuation funds and investment funds.
During which time he has gained extensive investment experience across a broad range of markets. Cameron is also qualified as a geologist and worked in the mining industry, including at the Ballarat gold mine, for several years before moving into finance.
Cameron has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) from Federation University and is RG146 compliant to provide financial advice. Since 2016, Cameron moved to Buninyong and has been working as a financial adviser in and around Ballarat and continues to help his clients through building wealth, wealth protection and simplifying all their financial matters.
Tanner was born and raised in Ballarat, where he is involved in the local community through his passion for sports; golf, tennis and basketball.
Tanner graduated from Victoria University, where he completed a Bachelor of Business majoring in Banking & Finance and then went on to complete his Diploma of Financial Planning.
Tanner commenced his career in the financial planning industry, as a paraplanner, where he worked alongside advisers to create strategies and prepare financial plans for both retail and wholesale clients.
After gaining extensive experience with multiple advisers, Tanner started working as a financial adviser, where he engages with his clients to provide a comprehensive financial plan to build, simplify and protect their wealth.
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