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Former Prospa state manager joins Moneytech

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Moneytech has announced the appointment of a new senior business development manager to spearhead its growth ambitions.

SME lender Moneytech Ltd has appointed Franco Bombardieri to the role of senior business development manager, effective immediately.

Mr Bombardieri joins Moneytech from Prospa, where he most recently served as state manager, Victoria since February 2019.

Prior to joining Prospa in April 2016, Mr Bombardieri served as financial account manager at HP Financial Services and as Victorian state sales manager at Flexigroup Ltd.

Mr Bombardieri will be responsible for working with referral partners, aggregators and industry associations to expand Moneytech’s footprint in the SME lending space.

The new appointee will also be charged with broadening the lender’s product suite to support the micro SME market over the coming months.

Following the announcement, Moneytech CEO Nick McGrath welcomed Mr Bombardieri to his new role.

“Franco’s appointment comes at a pivotal time for our clients and referral partners who are navigating a complex operating environment,” he said.

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“Franco’s expertise further strengthens our BDM team and serves as a great asset as we look to expand the broader Moneytech business.”

[Related: Major bank announces new CEO, consumer]

Former Prospa state manager joins Moneytech
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