The boutique aggregator says QCU will offer a bespoke range of products to its broker members, along with dedicated state-based BDMs and direct access to the lender’s team for a more streamlined approval process for borrowers.
Graham Montgomery, chairman of Custom Equity Group, hailed the partnership as another significant milestone for the aggregator as it looks to provide the best possible lending panel for its broker members.
“With the increasing lending volumes that we have been consistently achieving over the past 12 months, this announcement will bring even further momentum to new lending as we head into the second half of 2016,” Mr Montgomery said.
Custom Equity Group’s announcement comes after fellow aggregator nMB entered into a new partnership with Teachers Mutual Bank.
Gerald Foley, managing director of nMB, said the deal will enable its broker partners “to specialise and actively market within the large and important education sector”.
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