About Rasiah Private
Rasiah Private is a wealth management firm with a difference. Founded by highly regarded adviser, Thabojan Rasiah, it brings together the learnings from some of the nation’s most experienced and respected financial advisers into a fee-based service model. That means no commissions on products and no cosy kickbacks from banks. Our advice is honest and underpinned by years of dedicated client service and a proven track record in helping successful people grow their wealth and find more meaning from their money. We’re specialists in helping medical professionals, women in transition, and young professionals — in fact, whatever life stage you’re at, we can tailor our services to help you meet your goals.
WHY US ?
It is important that we always do the right things for the right reasons. We make sure we improve the lives of our clients and the wider community, without ever compromising on our moral principles. We never recommend something to our clients that we would not do ourselves.
As a fee-based professional services firm, we are proud to be one of the few financial advisory practices unaligned with the large financial institutions; we do not accept commissions or kickbacks and avoid all conflicts of interest.
We believe that if we are not improving, we are going backwards. We will always challenge the status quo, striving to be better at what we do for our clients, while also lifting the standards of our profession. We set examples rather than follow them.
Our greatest success is in working with our clients to achieve the ultimate goal of financial freedom. We make sure we forge positive and fruitful relationships with clients so that the journey is just as enjoyable as the destination.
Rated as a ‘Top 10 Financial Planner in Melbourne’
‘Platinum Rated Adviser’ on Adviser Ratings website
Voted in the ‘5O Most Influential Financial Advisers in Australia’ by Financial Standard (2017)
Listed in the ‘Top 50 Financial Advisers in Australia’ by Wealth Professional (2012)
Ranked in the ‘Top 50 AFR Smart Investor Masterclass for Financial Planning’ by Financial Review (2011)