Advice firms predict revenue growth as high demand acts as catalyst for confidence

Joint CEO Glenn Calder features in the Independent Financial Adviser on NAB’s recent report on financial planning firms.

Commenting on NAB’s findings, Glenn Calder, (joint) chief executive officer of Viridian Financial Group, said that he was not surprised that advisers are predicting growth given there are “fewer and fewer” advisers to service a growing pool of retirees and pre-retirees. “Financial planning has a more professional workforce than ever before,” Mr Calder continued. “We’re raising efficiency and effectiveness, and the industry is consolidating. That gives us a lot of confidence to move forward.”


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