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Welcome to Baiocchi Griffin Private Wealth

Baiocchi Griffin Private Wealth are specialist investment managers, who offer personalised and professional investment management services for individuals, family offices and corporate and charitable entities.

Our approach to investment management is based on the overriding theme of safeguarding capital over the long term. We follow a disciplined and structured investment methodology, with exposure to investments that provide for regular, consistent income and long term growth without unnecessary risk.

Whether you are already retired and need assistance in managing your retirement assets, or you are still accumulating wealth and need complex financial advice, we can advise you on an appropriate course of action. For institutional investors we offer a comprehensive and professional investment management service. With no obligations to any other financial institutions or products, you can be confident of being the only beneficiary of our advice and expertise. Our clients include both individuals and institutions and are located across nearly all states and territories.

We are a fee only business – we do not receive, nor will we accept, commission payments or other inducements from any financial institutions.


Recent articles, newsletters and presentations
The Black Swan

This article, by Justin Baiocchi, was originally published in The Northern Daily Leader on 22 April 2017. In 16th century London, inhabitants used the expression ‘black swan’ to describe something that was impossible. The reasoning behind this was the fact that, up until that time, nobody had ever seen anything but white swans. Black swans…

Points of Interest – Autumn 2020

In this edition of our quarterly newsletter, Points of Interest we cover the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact on both the financial sector and the world as a whole. We also discuss the impact of the virus on the stock market, which fell by around 40% over February and March, one of the…

Make me happy

This article, by Justin Baiocchi, was originally published in The Northern Daily Leader on 8 April 2017. For some time now, I have found that I’m less and less inclined to watch the news on television. Most of it can hardly be called news anymore anyway – a murder here; a violent assault there; politicians…

Bad driver

This article, by Justin Baiocchi, was originally published in The Northern Daily Leader on 25 March 2017. Late last year we moved house and now live about 40 kilometres away from the office. As far as commutes go, it’s not as bad as it sounds. It’s about half an hour door to door – in…

Go gadget go!

This article, by Justin Baiocchi, was originally published in The Northern Daily Leader on 11 March 2017. I recently set up a Wi-Fi enabled indoor/outdoor weather station at home. From anywhere in the world it allows me to log in and check the temperature both indoors and outside; investigate CO2 and sounds levels in the…

Points of Interest – Summer 2020

In this edition of our quarterly newsletter, Points of Interest, we review the performance of the stock market during 2019. Despite significant concerns over the geo-political situation, the Australian stock market recorded its highest annual return since 2009. This was to a large extent the result of monetary stimulus from the Reserve Bank. Looking ahead…