Senior leadership additions both in Business Services and Technology heralds continued growth for the firm and new opportunities for Prosperity’s clients.

Joining the firms Director team is Colin Samuel as Director of Business Services and Taxation, and Werner Combrinck as Associate Director leading our Virtual CFO and Bookkeeping functions.

Colin has been a mid tier accounting firm partner for the past eight years and is an experienced adviser to entrepreneurial and family owned businesses. He has extensive experience in industries including civil engineering, food and hospitality, manufacturing, retail, wholesale and property development. Colin is an accredited Family Business Association Adviser and provides holistic solutions to businesses and their owners.

Werner previously worked with Xero for five years including a role as Xero NSW State Manager and prior to this as a Business Advisory Services Manager. He is passionate about helping businesses thrive through being more efficient. Werners knowledge of the cloud technology ecosystem and ability to implement better processes gives SMEs and mid market businesses the platform to project their business to the next level.

Speaking about the additions to Prosperity’s talent line up, Chief Executive and Founder Allan McKeown says “Prosperity have stepped up to the plate with a strong focus on helping our clients navigate a challenging COVID-19 period. We have implemented a robust strategy to not only support our clients and team members but to also confidently continue to grow our advisory offering. Colin and Werner are tremendous additions to the already strong team at our firm.”

About Prosperity Advisers Group

Prosperity Advisers Group is an award-winning business advisory and wealth management practice. With 130 people in offices in Sydney, Newcastle and Brisbane. Clients’ partner with Prosperity for strategies to drive growth, maximise profits, minimise tax and build or protect their personal wealth.

 

         

Colin Samuel                Werner Combrinck