Cave Financial Services

Michael Cave

BMS - Authorised Financial Adviser (AFA)

Phone: 021 PROTECT (776 832)

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For Michael Cave it's all about people - he really wants to see you succeed, personally as well as professionally.

With a Bachelor of Management Studies and after five years' working in IT, Michael decided it was time for a change. That's why he established Cave Financial in 2000.

Michael is committed to client care and as a financial planner, he helps people create and protect their wealth and ultimately get the lifestyle they want.

Michael gives solid financial advice to people and businesses and he's the 'go-to-guy' for personal and business financial planning, and risk management.

A devoted husband and father of four, Michael enjoys the challenges of family life, which includes rugby coaching, and running with his children.

Michael also finds time to enjoy sports such as tennis, skiing and kite-surfing. He and his family are active members of a contemporary inner-city church, which works closely with troubled youth.

Michael wants to help you get the lifestyle you want. Whether that be protecting what matters to you, making debt work for you, or helping you to invest better, he will work with you to ensure better lifestyle and financial outcomes.

"Michael is an expert in his field and really goes the extra mile to ensure a professional, thorough and enjoyable experience when looking for Insurance cover or trusted Financial advice. Highly recommended. "
Johnny Robinson

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