I became a financial adviser so I would be able to use my expertise to make a real difference to people’s lives – that really felt wonderful.
I knew that women suffered significant disadvantage in terms of securing their financial futures and I wanted to create an advice business that was uniquely tailored to women’s needs.
My life experience and past achievements gave me the courage to take on this new challenge, so I created a business that specialised in working with people during and after divorce.
I knew that this would be a time when clients felt most vulnerable and would need the best advice, plus a safe zone to make the right decisions. It’s a really daunting time, often full of many ‘firsts’ and steep learning curves.
I am really proud that our specialty is simplifying your financial affairs so you can focus on living your life. I am also really passionate about transforming women’s lives – it’s that simple.
I am a Certified Financial Planner™ with over 15 years experience. I have spoken at international conferences, lectured students in financial planning in Australia and Asia, and am a co-author of Australia’s first financial planning textbook. I also have a Masters of Business Administration and an MPAcc, as well as financial planning qualifications.
I also really understand what you are going through.
You are in the best hand
Dr Terrence Hallahan
B.Ec (Mon), Grad Dip Corp Fin (Swin), M.Com (Melb), PhD (RMIT), CPA, Cert Super Mngt (ASFA)
Chair of the Investment Committee
Professor Terrence Hallahan is Chair of the Investment Committee at Peters McKeown and Honorary Professor in the College of Business at Victoria University. Terrence was previously Professor of Financial Services at Victoria University where he also held the roles of Director of Teaching and Learning for the College of Business and Head of the Economics and Finance Discipline Group. Prior to joining Victoria University in 2012 he was Head of the Finance Discipline at RMIT University. He has extensive experience teaching finance related subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. Professor Terrence Hallahan’s research focus is the analysis of financial markets, in particular the performance of managed funds and the behaviour of investors. In his role at Peters McKeown, Professor Hallahan is able to integrate his wealth of academic knowledge into industry practice.
Females Who Divorce
The median age of females granted divorce in 2014. Years 12
The average duration of marriage in 2015 was 12 years (ABS). Divorces 50%
In 2015, nearly half of all divorces involved children (ABS).
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