Vow Financial has announced a major milestone at its annual conference in South Africa, welcoming its 1,000th broker to the network.
West Australian broker Matt Borrett of Bluesky Finance is the most recent broker to partner with Vow, and said he was attracted by the group’s all-encompassing offer along with its service and positivity.
“I was searching for an aggregator that would better look after my needs in the long-term,” he said.
“I made the move to Vow without realising I was going to be the lucky 1,000th broker.
“I’m looking forward to working with them to continue to build my business.”
Vow Financial CEO Tim Brown said the business has moved into a new era as part of the Yellow Brick Road (YBR) group and with a large robust network in place.
“Reaching this 1,000 broker milestone in such a short period is confirmation to us that we are driving the business in the right direction,” he said.
“Our business has been built around the success of our finance brokers. We will continue work tirelessly to provide everything they need to be successful. We look forward to pushing ahead and hitting new heights in the year ahead.”
Since YBR bought the business a year and half ago, Vow’s network has grown by over 300 brokers – an increase of over 45 per cent.
YBR executive chairman Mark Bouris said that the momentum Vow has been moving at is unparalleled.
“Since bringing Vow under the Yellow Brick Road fold, we have been working on how to propel this dynamic business forward,” he said.
“We’ve done that through strategic business partnerships and providing more competitive products and services so the finance brokers can continue to diversify their business and offer their client’s market leading rates.”
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