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Deposit Power welcomes new head of partnerships

The deposit bond provider has hired a new national head of sales and partnerships to lead the business development team.

Deposit Power has welcomed Dawn Inanli, the former executive general manager – head of Sydney operations at La Trobe Financial, as its new national head of sales and partnerships.

In her new role, Ms Inanli will be responsible for leading the bond provider’s business development team, as well as developing the company’s sales strategy, evolving existing distribution channels, growing the Deposit Power market share, and building relationships with our partners and other stakeholders. 

Ms Inanli started her new role on 15 December, reporting to the company’s new chief executive, Russell Harte.

Speaking of her appointment, Mr Harte noted the new recruit’s extensive experience in senior management positions in both real estate and financial institutions, including Bankwest, Raine & Horne and at Vow Financial, where she was state manager for NSW/ACT.

“I am delighted to welcome Dawn to the team,” he said.

“Having over 15 years’ experience in the mortgage and finance industries, Dawn brings extensive experience and industry knowledge to Deposit Power.”

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Commenting on her new position, Ms Inanli said: “The Deposit Power model offers brokers a unique and innovative approach to Deposit Bonds.

“As national head of sales and partnerships, I’m excited for the future – this appointment gives me the opportunity to be a part of the growth of Deposit Power. 

“I’m looking forward to being a part of the team throughout this change. We have some exciting plans for 2022, which I am delighted to be a part of leading.”

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