Meet Brendan Thompson

Brendan Thompson is a Principal of the Canberra Office with over 20 years’ experience in the banking and financial services industry. In these years he has worked in areas such as Banking, Foreign Exchange, Trust Administration and Estate Management.

Brendan is a member of the Financial Planners Association (FPA) and Association of Financial Advisers (AFA).

Brendan has won multiple awards since joining Bridges in 2006, these include the 2009 Young Gun Award and the 2012 Compliance and Professional Standards Award.

He believes it is crucial to really listen to and understand the needs of each individual client to build long-term relationships and work with them over time to achieve their goals through sound, comprehensive strategies.

Brendan is a fee for service adviser and aims to provide high quality financial and investment advice focussing on strategic recommendations and quality ongoing client service.

Bridges Canberra
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