One of the mortgage industry’s most respected leaders is on the hunt for brokers following the launch of a new third-party franchise.
MoneyQuest managing director Michael Russell spoke exclusively to The Adviser about the group’s upcoming franchise showcase, aimed at loan writers hungry to own a broking business.
“One thing 16 years in the industry has taught me is that a broker’s choice of brand will largely shape their future choices,” Mr Russell said.
“This is one of those moments and for our competitor’s sake, I trust they’ve locked up their loan writers and checked their blind spot, as MoneyQuest has arrived.”
The MoneyQuest Franchise Showcase is an exclusive industry event that will help mortgage professionals learn what it takes to be a successful broker and how to build a thriving mortgage broking business.
Mr Russell said the showcase will also outline what MoneyQuest can provide to ensure success and why it is the preferred franchise system for aspiring business owners.
As the former CEO of both Mortgage Choice and Choice Aggregation Services, Mr Russell has worked with and inspired thousands of brokers – from the industry's elite to those striving to achieve their true potential. He will be the keynote speaker at the MoneyQuest event, giving brokers a unique opportunity to hear top strategies from one of the industry’s pioneers.
This special event is heading to five capital cities between 18 and 22 July. Coffee and registration begin from 9am, with the event running from 10am to noon.
Monday 18 July – The Duxton, 1 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA
Tuesday 19 July – The Playford, 120 North Terrace, Adelaide SA
Wednesday 20 July – The Marriott, 515 Queen Street, Brisbane QLD
Thursday 21 July – Four Seasons, 199 George Street, Sydney NSW
Friday 22 July – Crown Metropol, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank VIC
Click here to register now.
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