The mortgage aggregator has promoted one of its business relationships managers to the role of national sales manager as part of a restructure of its executive team.
The Australian Finance Group (AFG) has appointed Hayden Cush to the role of national sales manager for its AFG Home Loans (AFGHL) division.
Mr Cush assumes responsibilities formally held by Chris Slater, who was recently appointed head of sales and distribution across both the residential broking and AFGHL businesses.
Mr Cush joined AFG in 2013, serving as business relationships manager (BRM), Queensland and the Northern territory from June 2013 to July 2014, before moving to Melbourne where has served as business relationships manager, Victoria.
Mr Cush will be returning to Brisbane in a few months’ time, where he will commence his new role.
AFG is currently searching for candidates to fill Mr Cush’s former position as BRM, Victoria.
The aggregator is also looking to expand its executive team through the appointment of a general manager for the AFG Securities division.
The changes have come off the back of AFG’s decision to restructure its executive team and consolidate the executive accountability for all residential mortgage product sales as it grows its securities business.
The changes also saw AFG’s general manager of residential and broker, Mark Hewitt, move to the role of general manager of industry and partnership development.
The aggregator has said that the restructure will help it prepare for “heightened industry and regulatory engagement”.
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