Book Buyers Brokerage Australasia Finance (BBBSA), a boutique financial services lender, has announced that it will henceforth be known as TrailBlazer Finance.
Managing director Jeff Zulman said that the rebranding more accurately reflected the company’s role and services, which have “moved beyond buying and selling mortgage books to offer[ing] a unique array of financial services including lending to groups who wish to grow their business, specialist financial solutions for trail book owners, and an advisory service”.
The name change comes as the group marks its seventh anniversary and celebrates having surpassed its target of holding $10 billion in underlying loan security.
The business financier also recently announced that it had launched a new multi-redraw facility product for brokers and planners and that ASX-listed investment company Gowing Brothers Limited had committed cornerstone funding, guidance and oversight to the company.
Mr Zulman commented: “In a financial world riddled with uncertainty, we want to assure finance brokers and planners that we have faith in their capacity to grow their businesses.
“Those who excel in the finance arena deserve a break, and we’re committed to making those business dreams a reality.”
Mr Zulman will be speaking at The Adviser’s inaugural Business Accelerator Program, run in partnership with Bankwest.
The workshop event will visit Sydney today (20 September) and Melbourne on 27 September. It is a jam-packed, deep learning program designed to equip brokers with the knowledge to increase volumes and expand their client base.
Delivered in a hands-on workshop environment, the Business Accelerator Program aims to help brokers reduce administration and increase productivity.
Find out more about The Adviser’s Business Accelerator Program 2018.
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