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Assetline Capital appoints WA/SA BDM

by Adrian Suljanovic10 minute read

The non-bank lender has announced the appointment of Stacey Madejewski as its new Western and South Australian business development manager.

Ms Madejewski joins non-bank lender Assetline Capital with 20 years of mortgage finance experience and steps into the newly created role of business development manager (BDM) for Western and South Australia as a part of the non-bank lender’s expansion into the states.

Prior to joining Assetline Capital, Ms Madejewski held several positions in lender and aggregator spaces, including as a partnership manager for both LMG and Choice Aggregation Services.

Her new role will have Ms Madejewski provide a point of contact on the ground in order to offer more opportunities for face-to-face support during loan processes as well as faster and easier approvals and better outcomes for brokers and clients.


Assetline Capital national head of sales and distribution Royden D’Vaz commented: “Stacey is an outstanding choice for this exciting new role.

“She brings a wealth of experience in the industry, a deep understanding of the needs of borrowers in WA and SA, as well as a strong and energetic focus on developing our business in these locations.”

On her new role, Ms Madejewski stated: “Assetline Capital has made a huge impression on the industry in the last 12 months and I’m excited to be a part of their future growth.”

This appointment is the latest in developments for Assetline Capital, most recently announcing a partnership with aggregator outsource Financial.

The partnership is said to open up a suite of new business lending options for outsource Financial’s brokers, ranging from short-term capital funding to long-term mortgages, bridging, and construction finance.

According to the non-bank lender, they will be working closely with outsource Financial to provide guidance and training on the different products and solutions that have now become available for their brokers.

outsource Financial chief executive Tanya Sale said at the time of the announcement: “Partnering with Assetline Capital has been a valuable addition to outsource Financial’s panel.

“They are causing quite a splash out in the market with their highly competitive products.

In addition, Assetline Capital appointed Jason Lucas as its Queensland state manager earlier this year as part of its presence expansion in the state.

Commenting on the non-bank lender’s recent growth, Mr D’Vaz further stated that Assetline Capital “can now help brokers easily solve more problems for their clients” now that it has BDMs all across Australia.

This expansion gives brokers a face-to-face resource they can turn to, and help them close more business,” he added.

[RELATED: Assetline capital joins another aggregator panel]

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