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7 March 2017

Sydney Intermediary Launch Event


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Sydney Intermediary Launch Event

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In September 2016, Alleasing launched a new Intermediary Services division, led by Head of Intermediary Sales, David Onto, who came to the company in August 2016 after spending a decade in the UK as Head of Greater London for Barclays Corporate. Since the launch, we have expanded our Business Development team and have started to work with brokers across Australia.

On Thursday 2 March, 60 attendees from brokerages across New South Wales, were welcomed to our Sydney office in Phillip Street, with the opportunity to meet with our Business Development Managers, network with peers and enjoy drinks, canapes and live music. The event was opened by Alleasing CEO, Daniel Blizzard, who shared Alleasing’s future plans and company vision before introducing David Onto who expanded on our abilities as a non-bank funder, such as:

  • Financing specialist assets that other lenders reject.
  • Finance assets that are already being utilised and already part way through their projected life cycle.
  • Bundle soft costs into the final finance agreement
  • Provide funding up to 100 cents in the dollar on critical business assets.

The night was a great success and enjoyed by all, with plenty of new connections made and business cards swapped.

If you are a broker and would like to know more, contact Director, Vendor and Intermediary Finance, Brett Cheal.

 

NB. The launch of the Intermediary business was undertaken under Maia Financial’s previous company name, Alleasing

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