Anthony Torre, the current managing director of Equinox Capital is qualified to give Financial Advice and is moreover RG 146 compliant. He is also the director of Development Partners Capital Private Limited and Wealth Development Solutions. Having been involved in the Financial Services Industry for more than 20 years, a Diploma in Financial Planning coupled with accreditation by LPAC in Direct Equities and Derivatives and AXA in Self Managed Super Funds, Anthony Torre rules the Western Australian Financial world.
Under his leadership these companies grew from leaps and bounds, reaching out to newer clients each passing day. They also offer innovative choices, thus strengthening the client and capital base.
Anthony Torre did his bachelors from St Marks Collegian in 1990 and has been focussing on financial services since then. He started off with a financial brokerage firm before transgressing into building businesses that helped in raising more funds.
His other related interests include involvement in hedge funds, derivatives, capital markets, superannuation, planning for businesses, retirement saving and planning up, capital markets, and start ups and helping to restructure liabilities and other financial departments.
Being a holder of an ASL license, Anthony Torre of Perth can raise funds for projects including property and other fields of development. He is on a glorious 24th year on a roll, that he is excelling in the field of financial services. He started heading these companies only in 2014 and to reach them to the pinnacle of triumph in a matter of few months is another success story altogether.
After receiving the high school degree in 1985, Anthony Torre completed his bachelor’s degree from Edith Cowan University with a degree in Accounting and Finance. He is a complete workaholic, always contemplating the next move towards a newer achievement but loves to bask in the sunshine of home front when too tired. He loves to relax with his family and enjoys many outdoor activities like motor racing, boating and fishing when on a break.