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MoneyQuest makes four new appointments

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MoneyQuest managing director Michael Russell has announced that the company has made four new appointments.

Travis Longmore will be the head for digital marketing & innovation, Carly Crowe will be MoneyQuest’s compliance manager, Brodie Wilkinson will be the company’s in-house graphic designer, and Simon Dehne has been appointed as the general manager for freedom aggregation.

Mr Longmore was the former social media manager for Australia Post, while Ms Crowe used to be a compliance manager for an ASX financial services company.

Meanwhile, Mr Wilkinson is a well-known graphic designer prior to his appointment, and Mr Dehne is an accomplished veteran in the mortgage industry.

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Mr Russell stated that these series of appointments will help lend support to MoneyQuest as it aims for further expansion.

He concluded: “These appointments will enable MoneyQuest to be even more responsive to the expectations of our franchise owners, mortgage brokers and their customers.”

[Related: Broking boss hits out at commission claim]

MoneyQuest makes four new appointments
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