Former Port Adelaide cult hero Donald Dickie has made a $40million sale of his National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) business in a remarkable career move.
His business National Disability Supports Partners (NDSP) was bought on Tuesday by My Plan Manager (MPM) with the deal making the Adelaide-based business the biggest NDIS plan manager in the country, with News Corp reporting the sale falling close to $40 million.
Dickie established NDSP in 2017 with business partner Lisa Theoharris, and today celebrates the major deal.
In five years Dickie was able to grow NDSP into a national company and the third-largest NDIS plan management provider in Australia.
The deal makes Dickie, presumably, one of the richest men to come out of AFL football.