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Silverfin Capital Limited is pleased to welcome Julian Koppens in a new role as Chief Financial Officer earlier this year.
Julian will be responsible for all financial aspects of the company and the schemes that we manage and reporting those results to investors.
‘”I am excited to be a part of such a dynamic investor centric company which has proven itself with some great investments. I am also looking forward to working closely with Silverfin’s various stakeholders to deliver more for our investors in our syndication schemes and providing clear and transparent reporting so that investors are well informed at all times”.
Julian is a Chartered Accountant who began his career in Business Advisory at KPMG. He quickly became a Director advising a wide range of clients on all aspects of their business and managing their accounting and tax requirements. He moved to the Sydney CBD in 2012 to lead the Australian and New Zealand finance team at Weight Watchers before returning to New Zealand.
Julian is a member of the Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand and has both a degree in Law and in Management Studies, majoring in Accounting from Waikato University.
Silverfin is a licensed manager of managed investment schemes (excluding managed funds) that invests in real property or property syndicates/real property proportionate ownership schemes.
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