Because of your wonderful support, we are growing
We love what we do – We love working with our ideal clients and we truly believe we serve the most amazing, diverse and interesting families at Quantum Financial. We love building relationships with our clients’ families and serve multiple generations and branches of the same family.
Unabashedly, we serve only a limited number of clients and provide them with the highest level of service.
Because we are growing, we now have capacity to serve a limited number of new clients. If you know of friends or colleagues who you think would benefit from our trusted services, then we would be honoured if you shared our details with them. We do ask one thing – if you do pass on our details please get them to mention they have been referred by you. That way we can given them preferential treatment through our internal processes.
A bit about our move
They say moving is one of the most stressful life events you can undertake! Well we’re’ only moving down 3 floors but it’s still a major operation.
Has it been stressful? Not really to be honest. We planned the move well in advance and we’ve partnered with professionals who have built a dream office for our team. We have ensured the office makes use of state-of-the-art technology and an open plan, state-of-the-art, collegiate office space. This also helps us attract and retain the best staff.
As Australia’s most awarded financial planning practice, our loyal clients will always remain at the very heart of everything we do at Quantum Financial.
We look forward to welcoming you into our level 3 office for a catch up and cup of tea!
Chatswood remains a wonderful place to offer our services
Centrally located on Sydney’s leafy North Shore, Chatswood remains a wonderful place for our business. We know many clients like planning their meeting with a new lunch venue in mind (check out the Good Food Guide for Chatswood). You can also take a trip to the Apple store or the Nespresso store in Chatswood Chase.
Did you know?
Chatswood was originally an abbreviation of “Chattie’s Wood”. Chattie was the nickname of Charlotte, the wife of the then Mayor of Willoughby while wood reflected the wooded nature of the area at the time.
Banjo Patterson, poet Kenneth Slessor, cricketer Victor Trumper and actor Ruth Cracknell have called all Chatswood home while cricketer Mark Taylor, Gough Whitlam, and Brett Whiteley all went to school in Chatswood.