Masters in Applied Finance (Kaplan)
Diploma in Financial Planning,
Diploma in Business (Accounting),
Affiliate Member of Securities Institute of Australia,
Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning (Finsia),
Michal has been with the Hudson Institute for 9 years - albeit with three stints of maternity leave! - and is now financial planning only part time to balance the demands of raising three little girls. Prior to Hudson, Michal gained six years industry experience working in smaller, more traditional financial planning and accounting firms. Due to the scope of Hudson membership and the variety of members. Michal gains significant satisfaction from identifying opportunities in members' portfolios and working with them to achieve rewarding outcomes in all facets.
Personally, Michal has investment experience in buying and selling property, direct shares and managed funds and would classify herself as a typical buy and hold investor. The Hudson Institute's unique platform and investment philosophy are a great fit.
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