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Adelaide Bank partners with Melbourne mortgage manager

Adelaide Bank partners with Melbourne mortgage manager

Adelaide Bank has announced a new partnership with a Melbourne-based mortgage manager specialising in property investment.

FinancePath specialises in residential and investment loan structuring, debt reduction and cash-flow advice. 

“Our niche and our passion is guiding serious investors through the initial stages of their property portfolio journey and ensuring they are well equipped to make the most of the opportunities that present,” FinancePath general manager Chris Collard said.

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Adelaide Bank's head of mortgage management, Rob Morrison, said the bank is pleased to be able to provide bespoke servicing to a range of businesses offering a personalised service to property investors.

“Adelaide Bank has a long history of assisting customers to enter home ownership and build their assets through property investment, and our new partnership with FinancePath continues that proud tradition,” Mr Morrison said.

“We’re looking forward to continuing to grow our book and invest further in services to customers, mortgage managers and mortgage brokers in 2015.

“We value good advice and we respect a customer’s right to choose," said Mr Morrison. "That is why we are proud to be working with like-minded mortgage managers, such as FinancePath, who specialise in providing the full range of individualised services that many busy customers are now looking for.”

In November, the regional lender announced it had joined forces with four credit unions.

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank and an alliance of Australian credit unions co-launched a banking model that secures the independence and identities of the participating credit unions.

The model was developed by Bendigo along with the AWA, BDCU, Circle and Service One credit unions.

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