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Healthcare lending group, Corporate Financial Services announces expansion and recruitment plans

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Are you a broker looking for a solid base salary?

A market leading pharmacy and healthcare finance broking group, Corporate Financial Services, has announced plans to rapidly develop its mortgage lending business in 2016.

Corporate Financial Services principal Richard Gorman said that it is a natural progression for the group as it has found that the sophisticated nature of the needs of health professionals means that there is a growing need for experience and high level service in residential mortgages.

“The mortgage arm of our business is growing at a rate well beyond our expectations,” Mr Gorman said.

“I believe one of the main reasons for our rapid growth is that sophisticated health clients need specialists who understand them. We are at the forefront of that and our clients respect and trust our abilities”.

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The group is currently on a recruitment drive seeking high quality brokers to handle this growing volume of residential lending enquiries.

“We are looking for brokers who want a solid base salary, open ended bonus opportunities and career progression, and who fit a high performance culture to challenge themselves,” Mr Gorman said.

Corporate Financial Services is located at North Sydney with a national focus on healthcare and a market leader in finance options for pharmacists and the pharmacy industry.

If this sounds like you, please send your resume to:

Amanda O’Connell

0299553777

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.     

www.corporatefinancial.com.au

 

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