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Mortgage Choice boss quits

Staff Reporter 1 minute read

Mortgage Choice today announced that Paul Lahiff has resigned from his position as managing director after six years in the role.

While no reason for Mr Lahiff’s departure was given, Mortgage Choice confirmed he would continue to lead the company while it recruits and transitions to a new CEO.

“I am very proud of what Mortgage Choice has achieved since 2003,” Mr Lahiff commented, “including the listing of the company on the Australian Stock Exchange plus continued growth and profitability through a number of challenging periods in the housing finance market.”

“The Mortgage Choice business model is well placed to meet future challenges, given the strength of its brand and business model.”

Mortgage Choice chairman Peter Ritchie said it would be “business as usual” for the listed broker as the transition phase commenced.

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