Our difference

Dixon Advisory is a financial advice firm supporting Australians to reach their retirement and lifestyle goals through self managed super funds (SMSFs).

Retirement is something that all Australians need to actively plan for and manage, and we partner with a wide range of people to help them achieve the goal of a secure financial future.

The advice we offer is underpinned by the support and global insights of our highly qualified Investment Committee.

Since 1986, we have grown from a local pioneer in SMSFs to a 350-strong global company of employees – including accounting, investment, estate planning, insurance, mortgage, property and financial advice specialists.

Our awards

As one of Australia’s leading holistic family wealth management firms, we continue to build on our global outlook and local reputation in financial and investment advice. Over the past five years, Dixon Advisory has earned numerous service excellence and industry awards for exceptional SMSF advice as a result of our commitment to quality service, combined with robust financial education programs that empower clients by capitalising on our knowledge.

Dixon Advisory award winning service 2018
 

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Our insights

Does your will blend in with your family?

Vik Sundar, Managing Director, Evans Dixon Law

Of Australia’s more than 6 million families, just over 10 per cent are a blended or step unit1 and...Read more

Global economic pressures and the impact on Australian investors

Patrick Broughton, Investment Committee Chairman

The Australian economy is moving forward at a reasonable pace – however, we are not immune to global pressures...Read more

In the news

Lean times coming up for savers

Getting ahead and accumulating wealth is likely to become even more difficult than it is now for ordinary Australians. This is...Read more

Daryl Dixon, 14 October 2018, The Canberra Times

Uncertain times for investors

Predicting future trends in sharemarkets is always difficult, but at present rising US interest rates and proposals to change...Read more

Daryl Dixon, 7 October 2018, The Canberra Times