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Aggregator recruits new state manager

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Boutique aggregator eChoice has announced the appointment of Melinda Batt as its new state manager for Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.

Ms Batt joins eChoice from Advantedge Financial Services, where she was the lender’s national relationship manager and was responsible for mortgage distribution in the third-party channel. She has also worked as a state manager for mortgage funders Challenger and Interstar.

Paul Liccione, eChoice’s general manager of sales and distribution, said Ms Batt’s experience in sales and distribution will provide brokers with “enormous” value.

“Melinda is widely respected throughout the industry for the roles she has played with several notable mortgage organisations as a key contributor to their business success,” Mr Liccione said.

“We are excited she has accepted the opportunity to apply that proven expertise to the next important business phase for eChoice.

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Mr Liccione said Ms Batt is committed to enhancing service delivery, and her exceptional attention to detail will be utilised broadly by the organisation in sales and operational capacities.

“Our broadening suite of partnerships will thrive on having such an adept and experienced relationship manager on board,” he said.

“This is a dynamic and innovative period for our company and Melinda will add additional depth to our growing team.”

The appointment of Ms Batt follows eChoice’s recruitment of Simon Adler as its new sales operations manager and Blake Buchanan as it new national sales manager earlier this month.

[Related: eChoice strengthens broker support network]

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