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Pioneer Credit founder joins Goldfields Money

The founder and managing director of ASX-listed financial services provider Pioneer Credit has joined the board of directors of WA-based lender Goldfields Money.

The lender announced last month that Keith John has been appointed by the board of directors as a non-executive director.

Mr John’s appointment coincides with the resignation of Rob Bransby, who recently extended his appointment as CEO of HBF Health Limited.

“We are sorry to see Rob Bransby leave the board at Goldfields Money. His contribution to the company has been significant and his experience will be missed,” Goldfields Money chairman Peter Wallace said.

“I am delighted that Mr John has been nominated to [fill] the vacancy. Keith is an exceptional and experienced senior financial service professional. His practical experience in growing and leading a financial services business will complement the existing skill set of the Goldfields Money Board."

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In 2006, Mr John received recognition for Pioneer Credit's performance, taking the firm to 26th place in the BRW Fast 200. He is a director of the Australian Collectors & Debt Buyers Association and of Midbridge Investments and Box International.

[Related: Goldfields Money completes capital raising]

Pioneer Credit founder joins Goldfields Money
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