Exciting appointment as Prosperity continues on growth path

Prosperity Advisers Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel Ryan as Associate Director, Business Services and Tax, based in the firm’s Newcastle office.

Daniel Ryan joins Prosperity after working in a series of complex roles for Scenic Luxury Cruises and Tours, supporting the group’s growth plans across Asia. Building on an impressive track record with Deloitte and in the UK for Clifford Chance LLP and Morgan Stanley, Daniel offers Prosperity’s clients a great depth of strategic business advice and planning across all areas of accounting, financial management, governance and taxation.

Newcastle continues to attact talented business leaders and Daniel’s appointment demonstrates the attraction of Newcastle and the Hunter as a base for business in NSW.

Blending a mix of in-house client side experience with top tier advisory work Daniel’s skills complement our expanding business services and tax team in Newcastle. The team continues to service mid-sized and large family owned businesses and start-ups, health sector clients and individual investors.

“This appointment builds on our commitment to partner with our clients to enable greater efficiency in process and to help them to grow through insightful decisions and strategy.” said Megan Faraday-Bensley, Director Business Services and Taxation.

Founder and CEO, Allan McKeown says, “Prosperity is at an important phase of its evolution, and we are committed more than ever to growing our client’s businesses and supporting their financial needs throughout Australia. Daniel’s local and international experience and knowledge will be a great asset for our clients, further enhancing the skills of our Prosperity team.”

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