We cater to the diverse needs of our clients by providing a spectrum of advice, from the flexibility of execution-only service for wholesale and institutional clients, to the dedicated attention of comprehensive advice. Depending on each client’s preference our advice model aligns to the level of engagement you require.
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"I'd like to choose my own investments from the universe of opportunities. Provide me with access to wholesale and unique offers.”

For those clients who manage every aspect of their investments, we provide open access to best-in class investment opportunities, supported by streamlined custody, ongoing due diligence and the global reach of the Westpac Group.

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"I know what I need, but I’d like you to connect me with the investment universe, while providing general explanations of investments.”

For those who know what they want but look to their Bank of Melbourne Private team of market-leading specialists on how to achieve it. Together with access to extensive opportunities, we share exclusive insights, bringing the vast resources of Westpac’s network to you.

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“I have some of my needs covered, but for a specific part of my wealth I’d like you to help me understand my situation and assess my options.”

Some of our clients are satisfied with their current investments but want to know how they can diversify into other areas and make the most of great opportunities. We engage leading specialists from our extended network to provide wealth solutions specific to your needs.

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“I'd like a comprehensive assessment of my financial picture, recommendations and advice, as well as help with managing my wealth.”

For our clients who want to make the most of our extensive wealth management expertise and utilise all that is on offer. We provide the dedicated attention of comprehensive advice, working in partnership with our clients to achieve their desired goals.

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