Laura Bongailas

Why do you do what you do?

I have been in the Financial Planning industry for over 15 years. Prior to working at IMFG, I worked at ipac as a Client Relationship Manager. I have worked with a number of Financial Advisers who have specialised in SMSF, Personal Injury and general Financial Advice.

I get great satisfaction working alongside advisers supporting them so that they can help clients achieve their financial and lifestyle goals. I have seen the importance of how excellent quality advice can do that. I have always enjoyed building great rapport with clients and earning their trust to assist them.

A few things about me

  • I have two adorable children who take ownership of our home most Friday nights to entertain their friends, needless to say I end up playing mum to 4 kids.

  • I love travelling and have been fortunate enough to have been to some amazing places. The last few travel adventures involved 2 hour trips by car and set up camp for the weekend!

  • I enjoy entertaining family and friends and often spoil them with food from "nonna’s recipes” that have been passed down from generation to generation, always a hit.

  • I strive to live life to the fullest and believe “every day is a second chance”


  • Certificate in Business Administration

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