Free of charge 45-minute financial consultation for those in need

Ryan Watson CEO Tribeca Financial

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An offer of assistance from Tribeca’s CEO, Ryan Watson:

Like our fellow Aussies, myself and the Tribeca Tribe is distressed by the effect of COVID-19 here and around the world. 

People’s lives have been turned upside down.

The impact to families around the country is long-lasting and overwhelming. Those affected will require long term support to get back on their feet, so we feel compelled to reach out and help where we can. 

We are offering free of charge, 45-minute financial consultations (via phone or video conference) to those who are affected by this crisis, for example people who have lost their jobs, have reduced work hours, have been stood down and/or are under financial stress.

In these sessions, our hope is to decrease levels of financial stress and to put you back ‘in charge’ of your financial situation.

The consultation is with a financial expert, and we can work through problems and offer resources to help you with solutions. Our goal will be for you to leave the appointment feeling more in control and with a list of action items to address. 

It is also important that you understand the advice that can be provided to you during the call will be general ideas of the options available to you. You’ll then be able to make decisions about what might be most appropriate to do.

This is our small way of giving back and we are here to help.

Simply contact us on 1300 388 285 or tell us about your situation HERE and we will arrange your appointment.

With best wishes,

Ryan Watson

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