Glenn Haslam, a former head of broker distribution at ANZ, has joined finance provider Resolve Finance as general manager for operations.
Mr Haslam has reportedly joined Resolve Finance to “add substantial knowledge and experience to [its] national growth strategy plans over coming months and years”.
He had been at ANZ for more than 10 years, in a number of roles, and was most recently ANZ’s general manager for commercial lending, asset finance and transaction banking.
Whilst at ANZ, Mr Haslam was responsible for heading up its broker distribution and franchised mobile lending business; oversaw the deposits and mortgages products; and led the strategic development, governance and implementation of the transformation programme.
Resolve Finance welcomed the fact that their new general manager for operations had over 25 years of experience in sales and marketing, product management and driving business transformation.
The company praised Mr Haslam's “deep broker and mortgage industry experience and proven record of growing and transforming businesses”, adding that he is “customer-focused and a strategic thinker with a bias for action”.
Managing director of Resolve Finance, Don Crellin, commented: “We have not had a dedicated senior operations role for a number of years, and given our current growth, Glenn's appointment could not have come at a better time.”
Mr Crellin said that he had worked with Mr Haslam at ANZ, and was therefore “aware of the value he will add to the Resolve business”.
Adding that the “entire team is excited to have him on board”, Mr Crellin said: “[Mr Haslam’s] expertise, deep industry experience and proven track record of growing and transforming businesses is just some of the value that Glenn will add to Resolve.
“He will assist us in facilitating the changes needed to ensure our processes are even further streamlined for both our brokers and customers.”
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