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Broking franchise celebrates ‘champion performers’

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MoneyQuest has recognised its best brokers at a national business awards event where its director said the franchise is “well on the way to being more than just a challenger brand” in the mortgage broking market.

National mortgage broking franchise MoneyQuest revealed the winners of its inaugural Group National Conference held last week on the Gold Coast.

Managing director Michael Russell emphasised that the conference was an opportunity to recognise the group’s “champion performers”.

“We have some amazing franchise business owners who love what they do and care immensely for the clients,” Mr Russell said. “These individuals contribute to raising the bar and are forever inspiring our newer franchise owners to deliver magical customer experiences.”

The big winner on the day was Peter Flint from Western Australia who was crowned National Top Performer – Solutions Products for FY16.

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On a state level, Business of the Year – Highest Volume Settled for FY16 went to Victoria’s Peter Baumgartner.

At the event, Mr Russell shared with the attendees that he believes MoneyQuest is “well on the way to being more than just a challenger brand in the mortgage broking market”.

“Our vision for MoneyQuest is quite simply to be the premium brand for mortgage and asset finance,” he explained.

[Related: Broking group snaps up ‘highly respected franchise group’]

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