David Weusten - Managing Director
21 Years of Banking Experience
David Weusten draws on his 21 years of banking experience (ANZ Bank) in New Zealand and internationally and 17 years as an independent provider of financial advice.
Since 1995, when he returned to New Zealand, David has been a ANZ Relationship Manager based in Christchurch, Small Business Manager, Specialist Franchise Manager and Business Development Manager covering the South Island.
David left the ANZ in November 2000 and set up Financial Service Providers in Christchurch.
“What do Banks Want? So You Can Get What You Want”
Since then he has had articles published in the Sunday Star Times, The Press and Business Monthly to name a few. He has written a business guide “What Do Banks Want? So You Can Get What You Want” and this has proved popular with sales achieved all over the country. Late in 2002 FSP published his second business guide “Owning Your Own Business, An Overview of What to Consider”, and this was updated and reprinted in 2010.
In mid 2006 David wrote his latest book "Money Your Master, Your Slave, Your Choice!" an e-version is available under publications. This is targeted at teenagers and young adults as an introduction to money management, investing and budgeting.
FSPNZ Lending Approvals in Excess of $215 Million
During his time as an employee of ANZ and independently under FSPNZ David has been involved with lending approvals in excess of $264 million.
David is a member of the Avonhead Baptist Church, the PAA which incorporated the New Zealand Mortgage Brokers Association, Business Network International and Rugby Southland Supporters Club Inc
His Community involvement : (most recent)
- Budget adviser with Kingdom Resources. (1996 - current)
- Business in the Community Scheme, Mentor (2000 - current)
- Member of the Institute of Directors (2007 - 2011)
- Pacific Islands Business Mentor visiting Papua New Guinea
Angela Matthews - Office Manager
After completing a BA(Hons) at Otago University Angela went on to teach History and Economics at secondary school level. She spent several years looking after accounts for her husband's printing business before starting at FSPNZ in 2007. Angela is responsible for accounts and administration at FSPNZ and also helps out with preparing lending applications.