What you need to know about client communications

Smart practice

Thursday 04 August 2016

Your communication skills are a critical factor in achieving client satisfaction

Receiving valuable financial advice is the basic expectation of most clients; it’s the personal impressions that determine whether you have a client for a month or for life, according to Macquarie research.1

So how can you manage your clients’ perceptions of you in these areas?


Effective client communications

Share Macquarie insights with your clients on a regular basis. Our content can be reused, rebranded or simply emailed to your clients. Incorporating this content into regular touchpoints for your clients is a highly effective way of staying in contact and educating them on a wide variety of financial advice topics. “Show don’t tell” is always a more effective marketing technique, and if you can personalise that advice by relating it to a client’s specific life stage, you can expect even better results. For instance:


Building your professional knowledge

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Macquarie’s dedicated technical team regularly provides updates in superannuation, taxation and other financial planning related areas.

Remember, if you have a clear understanding of your clients’ needs, then you’re more likely to have happy clients and a healthy business.

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This information is provided for the use of licensed and accredited brokers and financial advisers only. In no circumstances is it to be used by a potential client for the purposes of making a decision about a financial product or class of products.