Your Story is Our Business


Every story is unique.

Our job is to help make yours one of the classics.

The work Findex does spans people, businesses, industries, countries, even continents. But wherever we work and whomever we work with, our clients are the centre of what we do. Their stories form the heart and soul of our business.

As fierce advocates for our clients’ success, Findex empower its clients with the tools to write their story the way they want it to be. And we’re very proud to share a few of those stories through Your Story is Our Business.

Rocky Ponds Produce
From humble beginnings when they purchased a small parcel of undeveloped land in Far North Queensland more than 40 years ago, Des and Paula Chapman have built Rocky Ponds Produce into one of the most innovative and technologically advanced fruit and vegetable growers in the country. \nWith a driving focus on innovation and automation, Des and Paula have overcome challenges with water supply and, with the help of their son, Evan, implemented state of the art irrigation systems to supply specially designed nurseries in which they trial up to 500 new seeds every year.
Azra Amir
Having migrated from Pakistan to Sydney, Azra Amir quickly realised that to provide for her family and build the life she wanted for herself, she would need to quickly educate herself about Australian finances.  \nSee how Azra learned to navigate her way through a new world of financial information and concepts to develop a plan that would help make her goals of financial freedom a reality.
Millah Murrah Angus Stud
Ross and Dimity Thompson run the Millah Murrah Angus Stud on their Goonamurrah property at Bathurst with their three young girls. Millah Murrah has set numerous records at their bull sales, including a world record average of more than $34,000 for 118 bulls at the 2021 sale, with two bulls setting an Australian record for the Angus breed at $280,000 & $240,000. A secondary aspect to the business is embryo sales from some of the top females in their herd. \nRoss and Dimity share Millah Murrah’s journey including the successful succession planning process that saw Ross take over the farm from his father, Wyatt, along with insights into their business operations, thoughts on superannuation and off-farm investments.

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Western Victoria
Dean McGuane
As a self-employed carpenter in his twenties, Dean McGuane suffered a serious knee injury on the field during a local football match, which put his sporting pursuits, and professional livelihood, at great risk. \nWatch how Dean avoided having his whole life turned upside down when he needed to take time off work to recover, thanks to the income protection insurance he had been advised to take out prior to the accident.
Murray Darling
Lydia Albert
After a shock diagnosis several years ago, Lydia Albert has overcome life-threatening stage four cancer. Now, as a successful professional, wife and mother to two young boys, she is enjoying the freedom and lifestyle that comes with living in the Murray Darling region. \nLydia explains how her close engagement with Findex helped her take advantage of an old trauma insurance policy that alleviated the costs and financial burden the illness put her under, helping to secure the financial future of her family.
Aussie Broadband
As co-founder and Managing Director of Australia’s fifth largest internet service provider, Aussie Broadband, Phil Britt was seeking third party finance to fund the growth of his business. Knowing the pathway to success meant they needed to be on the public markets, Phil was also looking to start the IPO process. \nSee how the team at Aussie Broadband navigated their way through the IPO process, helping them to continue on their successful trajectory, with a clear priority on putting people and the community of Morwell, first.
Straight Flush Plumbing
As an employer of one of the handful of female tradespeople working in the New Zealand plumbing, gas fitting and drain laying sector and with a woman sitting at the helm, Straight Flush Plumbing are defying the stereotypes that trades businesses are known for. \nLed by husband and wife team, Jeremy and Ngaire Mansfield, Straight Flush Plumbing have quadrupled in size since commencing business in 2007. And with plans for exponential growth over the next ten years, including two new sites, they’re only just getting started.
Brothers, Greg and Mark Fahey, are the co-founders of BISON Group; a New Zealand technology company whose development of both a smart scale system and portable container lifting technology for shipping, has seen them grow rapidly since launching in 2015. \nWith customers in 60 countries globally, Greg and Mark explain how the BISON Group’s rapid trajectory has been supported and sustained through a holistic approach leveraging cashflow advice, budgeting, stock systems, accounting and compliance, and specialist tax.
Hawksbury Community Living Trust
Hawksbury Community Living Trust Chief Executive Officer, Kim Morton, and Quality and Systems Manager, Susan McNarn, help provide community residential support services to assist adults with intellectual disabilities to live in their community. \nWith 14 residential facilities across the Canterbury and Otago regions providing homes with 24-hour staff support, Kim and Suzanne share how Findex supports the Trust with its day to day running so they can focus on delivering this critically important service to the community.

What Findex clients are saying

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A lot of the time when you’re in business it can seem like your back is against the wall and no one wants to help, but there are people there that can help you find a pathway through.

Phil Britt

Aussie Broadband

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Whenever you go through something traumatic like that it makes you re-evaluate what things are important... For us it’s always been about family.

Lydia Albert

Murray Darling resident

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There’s been no end of challenges in building this business, it’s a real journey and you don’t grow a company like this in a straight line.

Greg Fahey


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