Matthew Hawkins

Director & Senior Financial Adviser

Matthew has over 10 years’ experience in the Financial Services Profession and holds a Bachelor of Commerce Majoring in Accounting and Finance, a Diploma of Financial Services, holds the Fellow Chartered Financial Practitioner Designation and is the Tasmanian State Director of the Association of Financial Advisers.

Matthew’s specialities include retirement planning, insurance advice and wealth accumulation strategies. His vast experience throughout his career provides him with the skills to understand and articulate clients’ financial and lifestyle challenges with great clarity. He has the unique ability to explain often technical concepts in client-friendly language.

Elevate Wealth Solutions
Elevate Wealth was originally formed as a business servicing the needs of clients engaged by Scanlon Richardson Financial Group for their accounting needs. Over this time our values have remained as our foundations and we now believe it is time that the identity of our financial planning business should represent the journey we walk with our clients, which is one of elevating your financial position and helping you achieve your goals. As such, the business made the strategic decision to rebrand the Financial Planning business with a name that mirrors the passion and vision we have for our clients “Elevate Wealth Solutions”. Matthew has been in the Financial Advice profession for over a decade and through his experience has seen firsthand the positive impact quality advice can have on a client’s financial affairs. Understanding the importance that education plays in providing quality advice; Matthew has always made a commitment to work to the highest education and ethical standards which involves always putting our clients first. We have long been of the view that professional Financial Planners should be highly qualified in line with the requirements of other professions such as law and accountancy. Matthew is a member and National State Director of the Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) and is governed by the AFA Code of Conduct: Principles of Practice.