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Mr. Ian Heraud D.

Non-Executive Director

Mainstream Aquaculture

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Mainstream Aquaculture

73 - 79 Lock Avenue

Werribee, Victoria 3030

Australia

Company Description

Mainstream was founded in 2001 with a vision to build a "business for the future" by becoming the world's leading provider of recirculating aquaculture seafood products. Through over a decade of successful research and development, Mainstream Aquaculture ... more

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Employment History

Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer

Biotech Resources Pty Ltd

Director

Shadforth Financial Group Ltd

Director

FINANCIAL PLANNING STANDARDS BOARD LTD

Affiliations

Board Member
Ellwood Barry McPherson Pty Ltd

Founder
Heraud Harrison Pty Ltd

Director
Financial Planning Association

Board Member
Kilkenny Rose & Associates Pty Ltd

Education

Diploma
Financial Planning

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Our People | MainStream Aquaculture

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Ian Heraud CFP, MAICD Non-Executive Director Ian spent over 30 years as a highly respected financial advisor before focusing on the development of a number of new ventures. He has been a director of numerous entities including SFG Australia Ltd, the Financial Planning Association of Australia and the International Financial Planning Standards Board. He has spoken at many conferences around the world as well being interviewed on radio and television and lecturing at various universities. He co-authored three books on financial planning and was ABC Melbourne's Saturday morning finance expert. Ian has been influential in the development of financial advisory education and was Australia's representative at the International Standards Organisation during the creation of ISO 22222, international standards for best practice in financial planning.


Testimonials | Winston Capital Partners

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Ian Heraud Founder of Heraud Harrison

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Ian Heraud CFP


Welcome - Motivated Money

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Ian Heraud, a highly experienced Melbourne-based financial planner who heads Heraud Harrison, agrees and cites as evidence the fact that he has, over the years, had quite a few clients who have managed to build up a disproportionately large amount of wealth despite having had only modest incomes. "I get clients who have quite modest annual incomes, sometime as little as $40,000 or so a year, but are really quite wealthy," says Heraud.

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Heraud says that, in his experience, people who have built wealth, often despite having modest incomes, have not only been very motivated to become richer but share four other attributes (see left).
Heraud argues that, whatever the actual details of your strategy, it is unlikely you will be in a position to retire rich unless you are strongly motivated and have these four attributes. "People achieve their financial goals using a wide range of strategies but if you don't set yourself clear goals, start early and use part of your cash flow to finance gearing, the odds on most people becoming wealthy are pretty long," he says.
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Like those cited by Heraud, the authors found a range of factors in their case, seven that appear to be common to people who become wealthy. Such people:

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