Yellow Brick Road announces top branches at national conference

by Julia Corderoy28 Jan 2015
Mortgage and wealth planning powerhouse, Yellow Brick Road has awarded its top branches at its 2015 national conference in New Zealand. 

The Top Branch of the Year award recognises the contribution a Yellow Brick Road franchise made to the group over the past 18 months. This year, the award went to two franchises – Yellow Brick Road Frankston won Top Branch – Transactions and the Sydney CBD branch took the title of Top Branch – Revenue.

“The 2015 award winners have worked tirelessly over the past year to help every day Australians around the country achieve their financial hopes and dreams. Living and breathing the mission of Yellow Brick Road, these branches always work to ensure their clients are taken care of across all their financial needs,” Yellow Brick Road chief executive Matt Lawler said.

“They are leaders in the Yellow Brick Road network and are making a big impact within the communities where they live and work.”

Yellow Brick Road executive chairman Mark Bouris also inducted three branches into the elite Chairman’s Club, which was created in 2011 to recognise standout branches and their achievements both from a business perspective and for their leadership roles. 

This year’s inductees were Suzy Butterworth from Yellow Brick Road West End and two representatives from Yellow Brick Road Frankston – David Brewster and Phil Elliott.

“Our award winners epitomise our mission to provide all Australians with quality financial advice and the calibre of people we attract continues to get more and more impressive, which makes these awards increasingly difficult to win,” Bouris said.

“I would like to congratulate all of this year’s winners, nominees and the entire network for their contributions, and I look forward to watching our network continue to push the traditional boundaries of the financial services sector, as well as themselves, to give their clients the best possible outcomes for the future.”


  • by Pinnacle 20/05/2015 11:35:33 PM

    Did they announce the branches that their head office staff own??? Or would that be a conflict of interest ?

  • by Papery 21/05/2015 10:15:48 AM

    These winners are only relevant within the YBR busienss. This is not an industry or consumer award, but awards within the YBR business & of course they measure each business unit. Maybe the real story is that they all trotted off to NZ to pat themselves on the back.

  • by Johnson 15/06/2015 2:22:34 PM

    Pinnacle- Makes you wonder if all the good leads from their head office are going to their head office staff owned branches.... I'd like to see the numbers on that.