Ex-broker to drive new states for moneyQuest

by Ben Abbott15 Mar 2012

MoneyQuest has appointed Chris Angus as state manager for Western Australia and South Australia.

An ex-broker with the business, Angus has been operating in WA for the past two years, over which time he has become one of moneyQuest's top performing brokers nationally.

Angus will roll out moneyQuest's offering in WA and SA, and will be in charge of management support.

MoneyQuest said that Angus had been self-employed for 15 years, and as a result understood the challenges faced by brokers growing their own business.

"I firmly believe that the MoneyQuest broker proposition is forging new ground within our industry," Angus said.

"It addresses the changing needs of a mortgage broker in  an unprecedented period of the industry where consumer behaviour and the internet is forcing business to think differently about how they will acquire and maintain clients," he said.

The group last year appointed national business development manager Michael Osborne, formerly of Vow Financial, and NSW state manager Andy Levstek, who was previously with Mortgage Choice.

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