With 17 years of industry experience, financial services specialist Paul (Max) McInerney has started a new role at Better Choice Home Loans.
As the mortgage lender continues its national expansion, McInerney joined the Victorian sales team as a relationship manager.
Better Choice chief operating officer Natalie Sheehan said, “The strength of our sales team is predicated upon the experience of our relationship managers in dealing with multiple funders and offering solutions across a diverse range of scenarios.
“Max brings to Better Choice a wealth of knowledge within the multi-funder mortgage lending space and he is well known for building strong relationships with brokers over many years.
“Max joins Graeme Norris in Victoria, who has managed to establish Better Choice as a real alternative to the banks and specialist lenders alike and further strengthens the national sales team for what is looking to be a record breaking finish to the financial year for Better Choice.”
McInerney most recently held a position as a Business Development Manager with Loan Avenue. Before that he was with Australian First Mortgage, where he was State Sales Manager for Victoria and Tasmania, and Firstmac.
He has spent the last 17 years working with mortgage professionals and said he believes that by focusing on the specific needs of his customers, he is able to offer an appropriate solution in both product and service, rather than just promoting an existing product.
“At the end of the day my role is all about building long term relationships with brokers and always maintaining focus on the best possible customer outcome,” McInerney said.
Better Choice has been actively recruiting at senior level nationwide following its recent acquisition of Queensland-based financial services group NationalCorp Home Loans.
Better Choice last year consolidated Iden Loan Services, Future Financial and Pioneer Mortgage Services under the Better Choice brand and is now providing prime residential loans to owner occupiers and investors, in addition to its core specialist product range.
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