Liz Trotter


Liz has been in the financial industry for over 20 years, with a Diploma of Financial Services (Financial Planning) and a Diploma of Counselling. Liz is a member of the Association of Financial Advisers and member of The Salvation Army Business Committee.

Liz’s focus in the Triple A practice is working with women’s needs in financial planning. Her passion for financial literacy for women has built a strong rapport within the practice as she runs the New Beginnings program for females who may need a little confidence in taking charge of their financial wellbeing.  This programme has assisted many to find financial direction and self-empowerment.

Liz is also the Personal Risk and Business specialist within the Triple A adviser team.

Liz was nominated in 2013 for AFA Female Excellence in Advice award and was the National Winner of Financial Wisdom Women and Financial Planning for 2014. More recently, she was a finalist for the Pro Bono Award for the Money Management Women in Financial Services Awards 2015. She has been published in the National Latte Magazine for business women. Liz is also known for her annual ladies event “Crazy Ladies Day “, raising money for various women’s charities.

Liz Trotter is registered with the Tax Practitioners Board as a Tax (financial) adviser.



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