We cannot succeed unless our clients succeed
Everything we do is in our client’s best interests
Everything we do at Rekab Advice...
is designed to challenge the traditional with an efficient, professional and most of all simple and easy approach to financial planning, that will leave you with a better financial planning solution.
Our team at Rekab Advice are qualified to give Financial Planning, Investment and Insurance advice to a wide range of individuals and companies.
At Rekab Advice, we have a mutual desire to succeed alongside our clients. We realise that as a business we cannot succeed unless our clients succeed, therefore everything we do is in our client’s best interests. We measure our client’s success based on whether they reach their goals and therefore this is something that we monitor on an ongoing basis.
Rekab Advice can provide you with the best weapon for taking control – choice
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Don’t take our word for it – here’s what our clients say:
Her approach is unique, she is personable and very relatable and has made me feel confident in a financially stable future.”
She has great knowledge in her field and is able to provide problem solving skills and recommendations to situations that require more detailed attention.”
Amie’s ability to communicate clearly, gentle nature and more importantly her expertise made my decision to appoint her with my finances stress free – nothing is too much trouble. She is organized, efficient, helpful and compassionate. Amie is a rare find. One in a million.
Thank you Amie.”
With Amie’s patience, guidance and sound advice, we now have a budget and strategies that work for us, and I’m proud to say we have learnt how to control our money, which is a very important life skill that we can pass on to our children.
Amie has been and continues to be a bright guiding light for us, and I’m excited to realise our future financial goals with her showing us the way.”
On the weekend my husband saw the front page of the Sydney Morning Herald on an article about a Sydney “financial adviser” who went missing