Garry Pinnington – CFP, DFP, Cert RE
Garry has been working as a Financial Planner since 1989, helping establish the PRP Wealth business at that time. Prior to this, Garry was a Regional Manager with ANZ / Esanda and had over 16 years experience in the banking industry in various roles.
Garry specialises in the following:
Managing people’s expectations during the good and the bad is always challenging, and whilst remaining focused on the destination is important, so is enjoying the journey. Assisting clients to maintain a good balance between planning for the future as well as living now, is always an enjoyable part of the job.
He is currently Treasurer and Board member of the Rivergum Christian College, and is involved with overseas charitable work in India, Vanuatu, and the Philippines.
Garry also enjoyed the role of President for both the Berri-View Lawn Tennis Club and the Riverland Lawn Tennis Association for many years. In his spare time, he paddles around the mighty Murray in a Kayak.
Steve Jaensch – CFP, Grad Dip Applied Finance and Investment, Diploma of Financial Planning
Steve has been a Financial Planner and Director of PRP Group since 1999. Prior to this he spent 15 years employed by the National Australia Bank in various management roles. Every client has different requirements and it is vital to understand their needs and goals before recommending a solution.
Our services include:
The continual contact with clients is the most enjoyable part of our work as it provides us with the opportunity to develop long term relationships with a broad range of people.
Steve enjoys spending time with family and friends on the river during the summer months. Cycling is Steve’s sport of choice which has seen him complete the grueling “3 Peaks Challenge” on 3 occasions – a one day event which covers 240km and takes in Mt Hotham, Falls Creek and Tawonga Gap. Outside of sport, Steve is currently the Vice Chairman of the Renmark Hotel and President of the Riverland Cycling Club. He is also involved in a family business in the Barossa Valley.