Dec 10

Financial Planning Association 2012 Awards

Newcastle Financial Advisor Award Winner 2012

FPA announces 2012 NSW Best Practice Award Winners, recognising excellence in financial planning.

The Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA) was pleased to announce that Andrew Frith of Leenane Templeton Wealth Management, based in Newcastle NSW, is the NSW State Runner-up of the 2012 Financial Planner Best Practice Awards.

The awards form an integral part of the FPA’s mandate to elevate the status of financial planning to a universally respected profession and are a symbol of excellence for Australians seeking financial advice from a trusted, qualified and professional financial planner.

The awards acknowledge FPA members for the positive contribution they make to the profession throughout the year, and recognise the superior outcomes that FPA members can achieve when they provide professional advice in line with the FPA Code of Professional Practice and Code of Ethics.Financial Planner Awards

Winners and runners-up for the prestigious awards were chosen from the large number of submissions received throughout the nomination period, and the FPA is proud to announce the NSW winners.

"This award demonstrates our high standards of professionalism and commitment to providing valuable advice and service to our clients, we believe in placing the clients interests first rather than our own" said Andrew Frith of Leenane Templeton Wealth Management Pty Ltd.

Andrew, a Chartered Accountant and specialist in self-managed superannuation, has also been recognised in the past as one of the top 10 financial planners in Australia awarded by AFR Smart Investor.   


The Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA) is the peak professional body for financial planning in Australia. It has a network of 32 Chapters across the country, which provides business and professional development activities for more than 10,000 members. FPA practitioner members manage the financial affairs of more than 5 million Australians whose investments are valued at $630 billion. For more information, visit

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