Sayers adds five to wealth management team

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New kid on the investment and advisory block Sayers has made a bunch of new hires in its growing wealth division.

Sayers has made five new hires. 

It is understood the firm has picked up five new wealth operatives, including JBWere’s former head of markets Luke Hansen and Crestone Wealth Management’s Maria Paonessa.

The pair will join Sayers as partners, as will Perpetual Private partner and financial advisor Anthony Lam, and ANZ Private Bank senior investment advisor Sandy Basten.

Rounding out the five hires is former Credit Suisse Private Bank and Helvetica Wealth Management Partners operative Travis Hamilton, who will join Sayers as a principal.

The firm – founded by ex-PwC boss Luke Sayers – has been on a hiring spree since it unveiled itself to the market in September last year, and brought on a bunch of ex-PwC and JBWere operatives as founding partners.

The firm made six signings in its wealth division in October, including the former head of operations at UBS Wealth Management and Crestone Wealth Management Lee Redpath.

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