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Commercial brokerage makes key appointment

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Staff Reporter 1 minute read

A financial services group and brokerage has announced it is adding experience to its broker sales team.

FlexiCommercial has appointed Robert Vrevc as its new state manager for NSW.

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Mr Vrevc, who was previously state manager at Capital Finance, will be responsible for building strong relationships with broker groups and aggregators within NSW for the company to provide equipment finance and cash flow solutions to brokers and their clients.

Commenting on the new appointment, FlexiGroup CEO Symon Brewis-Weston said: With his experience, Robert Vrevc is well positioned to drive new initiatives in this channel that will benefit both brokers and their clients.”

Additionally, Mr Vrevc is set to join FlexiCommercial with Geoffrey Egan, who is formerly head of sales performance at St George business banking.

Mr Egan will be responsible for sales across the business, and the two say they are “very excited” about the opportunities ahead.

With these additions to the team, FlexiCommercial said it is “looking forward to growing and strengthening its relationship with brokers and other third party partners”.

[Related: UniBank appoints new GM]

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