Health & Finance Integrated’s founder, William Johns, recognised by the FPA as one of their best!

Health & Finance Integrated’s founder William Johns recognised as one of best financial planners in the country.

The Financial Planning Association of Australia has shortlisted William for two awards. FPA CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER® Professional of the Year Award and Future2 Community Service Award.

The awards celebrate individuals and businesses who demonstrate commitment to delivering excellent outcomes for clients, and those who have made a notable contribution to their local community. The awards also recognise academic excellence amongst budding financial planners around the country.

CEO Dante De Gori CFP® said the finalists for this year’s awards had been chosen from an outstanding pool of talent.

Commenting on the shortlist for the Future2 Community Service Award, Mr De Gori highlighted the vital work that members carry out within their local communities.

Read the full FPA Awards media release here

“The FPA CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER® Professional of the Year Award recognises best practice advice that has led to superior client outcomes. It is great to be recognised as leader in my profession. Without those who have faith in me and my team, it would be very hard for me to continue my ground breaking work in finding the integration points of two highly complex disciplines, Health & Finance. I do this because I believe true well-being is at exactly those points. The way we do things here is innovative and requires a labour of love, an open mind, acceptance, dedication and extraordinary technical skills delivered in a very human way. We have very little room for error so we must be excellent at what we do, and the people we serve acknowledge this and are very appreciative and supportive” William said.

“It is also fantastic to be recognised for our community contribution and the FPA Future2 Community award nomination is a great recognition. Health & Finance Integrated is a social enterprise. We receive no funding and are completely self sustaining. In the last year, we have donated over $30,000 worth in services, contributed to building an orphanage in Ethiopia, employed people with disability, and delivered specialised services to many people, free advocacy and pro-bono advice. We focus on assisting people facing very challenging health situations and their families. We will continue our work and social mission for the benefit of humanity and the profession.”

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