Darren Pawski

Darren Pawski HobbyjamA financial services professional with close to three decades of experience in critical leadership positions, Darren Pawski is currently offering his exceptional insight and expertise to clients throughout Western Australia in his role as the managing director of Synergy Financial Solutions. Mr. Pawski is responsible for the oversight of every aspect of mortgage services for the boutique financial services firm, and he has worked diligently to ensure that the firm is able to consistently exceed client expectations while providing a holistic approach to finance and mortgage services.

While Mr. Pawski can point to nearly 30 years of practical industry experience that includes time spent working with Commonwealth Bank and a variety of other industry-leading institutions, he has nonetheless remained impressively dedicated to pursuing additional professional certifications and has taken advantage of countless academic opportunities as well. The graduate of Deakin University holds a Diploma of Financial Planning and has also earned his Certificate IV in Mortgage Broking from Kaplan. Mr. Pawski is also currently enrolled at Edith Cowan University as he pursues a Master of Finance and Banking degree.

Known for his tremendous work ethic and his unwavering devotion to his responsibilities in providing the best possible finance and mortgage services to clients, Mr. Pawski has managed to orient his busy schedule in such a way that he is still able to dedicate a considerable amount of time performing volunteer work in the support of a variety of worthwhile causes. Though he is incredibly active in a number of charitable endeavors, Mr. Pawski has continually supported the aged-care sector and has spent countless hours in the company of nursing home residents throughout Perth as well as the whole of Western Australia.

What is your favorite thing about traveling?

Traveling gives me the opportunity to develop an understanding of other perspectives and to gain a greater depth of knowledge regarding a culture that may be different from my own.

Is traveling a hobby or a lifestyle for you? How did you get started?

I’d say it’s more of a hobby. I just enjoy the experience and the ability to discover new things.

What is the most beautiful place you’ve been to?

Belize is phenomenal, as are several places throughout Argentina.

Do you have any exciting travel dates planned for the future?

I’m hoping to spend some time in Hawaii in the near future.

What are some travel tips you’d give to someone inexperienced?

I’ve heard it said that the best way to travel is to do so without much forethought, but I like to do quite a bit of research before I even begin making firm plans to travel.

Where would you like to go?

I’ve always wanted to go to Okinawa, so hopefully I’ll be able to do so before too long.

Where would you like to revisit?

I think I’d like to spend more time in Argentina.

Do you travel alone? Why?

I can see the benefits of traveling alone or with a group, so I’ve tried to do both.

If you could pick the top 3 places every person should go, what would they be?

The Andes, the Amazon and the Himalayas.

Do you travel light or do you pack up the house?

I prefer to travel light. It is just the most practical way to travel.