WCN Financial Services is owned by Karyn Nimmo who is focused on serving the best interests of individual and small business clients. Karyn is passionate about helping her clients articulate and achieve their personal and financial goals through providing intelligent and ethical advice and services.
Karyn has been working with AMP Financial Planning and General Insurance practices in both New South Wales and Western Australia since 1999. In this time many long term relationships have been formed with clients and workmates alike.
Karyn enjoys helping and caring for people, which truly shows in her planning and support of her clients through various life stages. A passion of Karyn’s is the Cancer Council’s pro-bono program, which provides advice and assistance to those affected by cancer. Karyn has helped many families through the toughest times of their lives, relieving the added stress and pressure of their financial situation when a family member suffers from a serious cancer. After enduring her own cancer battle, and having close family members also affected by cancer, this is a service Karyn will continue providing as long as she is in the industry.
Karyn holds an Advanced Diploma of Financial Planning and is a member of the Financial Planners Association and the Association of Financial Advisers. Ongoing training is a must in the financial planning industry and Karyn is diligent in ensuring she is up to date with all legislation and product changes, as well as educated on new strategies and possibilities for her clients.
Having chosen to partner with AMP Financial Planning, WCN Financial Services is provided with some of the highest quality resources available, which are used to benefit our clients.
This partnership also ensures we have access to a diversified range of well researched, quality financial products across all areas of advice, including superannuation, investment, insurance, debt and tax effective strategies allowing us to tailor a solution specific to our client’s individual needs.
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