Darren Pawski has long held that his nearly 30 years of professional success in the field of finance can be attributed to his simple focus on integrity, trust, and respect as he builds relationships with his clients. Now the managing director of Synergy Financial Solutions, Mr. Pawski has been able to ensure his professional philosophy is included as a principal focus of the mission of his company, a boutique financial services provider.
Before assuming his role as managing director of Synergy Financial Solutions, Mr. Pawski served in a number of executive leadership roles with some of the most highly regarded financial services firms in Australia. A longtime advocate for the pursuit of ongoing educational opportunities, Darren Pawski holds a Diploma of Financial Planning, a Certificate IV in Mortgage Broking, and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in finance and banking.
What do you (or your business) do?
We help clients manage their finances and develop a comprehensive financial plan for the future that is personalized according to their specific financial goals.
How long have you been in business?
Synergy Financial Solutions was established in 2009, but I have been involved in the financial services industry since 1988.
How do you stay successful in your industry?
Our principal focus is on the client and the client’s needs, and the fact that we are able to offer such an exceptional level of personalization has been a key component in our success in the finance industry.
Have you ever been to Australia?
Yes, I am proud to call Australia home.
- What part of Australia?
I’ve been all over the country, but I am most familiar with Perth and Western Australia in general.
- What is your favorite restaurant to visit while in Australia?
The Painted Bird in Perth is always a fantastic choice.
- What is something someone must-do when in Australia?
I have always felt that the best way to see any part of Australia is on two feet, so I’d advocate for a hike or a run along the coast, through the city, or out in the bush.
- Would you come back?
Of course I would. I am quite happy to call it home.
- Was it a business or pleasure trip?
Australia is always a pleasure, even when you have to work.
What has travel taught you that you have applied in both your personal and business life?
Travel is really about the people you meet in the places you visit, and I believe that the primary focus of any business should likewise be on the people the business intends to serve.