Best SMSF Advice House Dixon Advisory

Great to see one of Career Money Life’s certified suppliers, winning Best Self Managed Super Fund award.  Congratulations Dixon Advisory!

What the judges said: Dixon Advisory wins the Blue Ribbon Award for Best SMSF Advice House. Dixon Advisory is a fully integrated solution for SMSF members and is both a thought leader and market leader in the space. For the investor who wants a self-managed fund but doesn’t believe in DIY, Dixon Advisory is the answer.

Canberra-based Dixon Advisory has maintained its position at the top of the tree for the provision of integrated services to the $600 billion SMSF sector. Dixon’s main competitive advantage is that it offers a comprehensive solution to the self-managed super fund member.

Some competitors (who are better resourced but not quite as experienced) have the capacity to provide readers with a similar level of service, however they charge at least double for providing what they call “personalised” – but is, in fact, mass market – financial and investment advice on top of their comprehensive SMSD administration services.

Dixon’s managing director of superannuation, Chris McCurdy, says experience has enabled the group to specialising this area and provide year-round support for thousands of SMSFs and their trustees. “We are a highly personalised advice business that utilises technology to enable better engagement with our clients and improve our internal processes for staff” he says.

He credits the win to the company’s desire to be “best of breed” and its constant program of investment in its people, systems, platforms and technology.

This is the second consecutive year Dixon Advisory has taken out the award for Best SMSF Advice House. We also make special mention that the judges were unable to provide commendations for the runners-up.




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