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Non-bank grows sales team

Non-bank grows sales team

Non-bank lender Resimac has announced the appointment of three additional BDMs and a state manager for Victoria.

Resimac's chief commercial officer, Allan Savins, said the new appointments “will further strengthen the service standards [provided] to Resimac’s growing and loyal broker network”.

The three new senior BDMs, Tim Lemon (NSW), Darren Stratford (Queensland), and Graeme Norris (Victoria), together with the new state manager for Victoria, Michael Hughson, have more than 80 years of experience between them across a number of sectors in the banking and finance industry, including aggregation, mortgage management, non-bank lending and franchise operations.

“Each appointment brings a different array of skills and experience to the table and will further assist Resimac in delivering industry best service and product offerings,” Mr Savins said.

The non-bank lender last month announced a number of product and policy enhancements, including the removal of mortgage insurance for prime loans under 80 per cent LVR, and simplifying its specialist lending product range as well as reducing its interest rates and risk fees.

Mr Savins said the additional resources were “designed to capitalise on the raft of improvements to our product offering as Resimac pursues aggressive growth targets this year”.

Non-bank grows sales team
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