The non-bank has announced the appointment of four BDMs and the introduction of a new relationship management team, in a bid to offer a “more efficient service” to brokers.
Resimac has appointed four new business development managers (BDMs), two of which will be based in Melbourne, with the remainder based in Sydney and Adelaide.
Bill Amarantos and Adam Harling will serve as the non-bank’s Melbourne-based BDMs.
Mr Amarantos joins Resimac from AMP, where he has served as BDM since March 2018. He has also previously served as a BDM for Suncorp Bank and the Bank of Melbourne.
Mr Harling joins the non-bank from Wisr, where he has served as BDM since December 2017. He has previously held roles with RAMS and ANZ and has operated as a finance broker and director of SmartLoan Options.
Liz Mollica has been appointed as Resimac’s Sydney BDM and joins the non-bank from the Australian Finance Group (AFG). Ms Mollica has been in the finance industry since 2003. She owned and managed a financial planning and mortgage broking practice for more than 14 years before moving to AFG.
Further, Nathan Gillard has been appointed as Resimac’s Adelaide BDM. Mr Gillard joins Resimac from BankSA, where he has served as lending manager since May 2016. Mr Gillard has also served as a branch team leader at Credit Union SA and has held a range of customer services roles in the hospitality industry.
Resimac has also established a new relationship management team, which according to the lender, has been formed to enhance its support to broker partners who require a “less hands-on approach” with the mortgage lender.
The non-bank’s general manager, third-party distribution, Daniel Carde, said the introduction of the relationship management team and recruitment of BDMs “facilitate a more efficient service to be provided to all brokers”.
He added: "We’ve recently sharpened our pricing, and now we’ve enhanced our service proposition by bolstering our sales team.
“We have more BDMs to help grow and broaden our broker relationships, while our newly formed relationship management team will assist in servicing those brokers who don’t necessarily require a BDM to call on them. We’re confident that all broker partners now have faster access to a Resimac contact.”
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