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Years in the industry:
Becoming a financial advisor wasn’t always Harry Jawanda’s end goal. In university, he originally studied mechatronics engineering before specializing in mathematics and economics. Those disciplines left him with plenty of options, but he ultimately decided to go down the path of financial planning.
He’s now two years into that journey, and despite plenty of challenges, it’s a decision that has so far been vindicated. Central to that has been the support he has received at Richardson GMP, which Jawanda believes is crucial for the development of young advisors.
“It can be difficult if you are trying to build your own book and just starting out fresh in the industry,” he says. “There is tremendous leverage if you have a great mentor, which I am lucky to have, who can help accelerate your learning curve and build relationships among clients and industry professionals – warm leads are always better than cold ones.”
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