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Discover Auxilium. A customised solution, giving you the confidence you need to support your clients.

Financial Newswire Contributor31 January 2024

With our boutique in-house developed platform technology, Auxilium is backed by Fiducian who has more than 25 years’ experience in the Australian financial advice industry. We specialise in providing personalised support to small AFSL’s giving you direct access to key personnel.

Built for advisers by advisers, Auxilium is an investment and superannuation platform solution that is designed to be flexible to your needs and competitively priced to suit your practice needs, while helping to improve productivity and enhance the value of advice. We are a relationship-based business with a small business culture. Our foundation values of integrity, trust and expertise emphasise a commitment to delivering a high quality of service to all our business partners. That means a dedicated training and support representative who will help you set up your practice, train your staff and identify the key capabilities to help you empower your clients and get the most out of Auxilium.

We firmly believe in the importance of financial advice and making it accessible to more Australians. As part of our commitment, we are dedicated to delivering the core functionality you need in an advice platform solution that makes it easier for you to run your business and provide your clients with the confidence of a secure financial future.

A quality platform service that helps you work smarter

With a full suite of technical and practice tools, the Auxilium platform helps you automate many manual tasks that are involved in implementing and servicing advice. This enables you to spend more time seeing clients, working on your business and having a balanced personal lifestyle.

Diverse range of investments

Create an SMA (Separately Management Account) or model portfolio – select from a range of SMA’s or construct your own model portfolios to cater for any investment appetite. With a broad investment menu, Auxilium has the flexibility to customise an investment solution that suits the needs of your clients.

The Auxilium platform offers a comprehensive range of investments to construct your clients’ portfolios. This includes over 400 Managed Funds and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) across all major asset classes. The platform also has a large selection of SMAs available that encompass active and passive diversified portfolios and specialist sector portfolios.

The investment list is updated regularly and can facilitate most investment options that hold an Investment Grade rating from a recognised research house.

We are also able to provide further investment solutions with the construction of customised SMAs to generate even more efficiency benefits for advisors and their clients.

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Information in this article is intended to be general information only and does not constitute investment or financial product advice. It does not take into account any person’s objectives, financial situation or needs. You should conduct your own investigation or consult a financial adviser, and consider the relevant Target Market Determination (TMD) and Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) before making a decision about whether to acquire or continue to hold any financial product.

The Auxilium Superannuation Service is a sub-fund of the Fiducian Superannuation Fund (Fund), and is issued by Fiducian Portfolio Services Limited ABN 13 073 845 931, AFSL 231101 as the Trustee of the Fund, ABN 57 929 339 093, SPIN FPS0101AU. Fiducian Investment Management Services Limited ABN 28 602 441 814 AFSL 468211 operates the Auxilium Investment Service (IDPS) and is the Responsible Entity for the Auxilium Managed Portfolio Service.

Level 4, 1 York Street, Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia, GPO Box 4175, Sydney NSW 2001 Australia Telephone: +61 (02) 8298 4600.

Financial Newswire Contributor

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