Sydney, Australia – 29 June 2021 – GetCapital has expanded its broker team with several key relationship management team appointments and promotions across Australia as the company continues to experience strong growth.
GetCapital Sales Director Kristian McCausland commented that the new roles and recent promotions are testament to the company’s commitment to its broker network as the business landscape continues to evolve.
"Our broker network is an essential part of GetCapital’s focus on supporting Australian businesses with cashflow and asset finance solutions to suit their many and varied needs," said Kristian. "From internal promotions to new hires, our recent appointments signal a doubling down of our growth aspirations across the country, with our broker network playing a key role in meeting these goals."
Rebecca Krantz has joined the team as Senior Business Development Manager for Queensland, coming from relationship management, sales and compliance roles across the banking and finance sector.
Newly-appointed Business Development Manager for NSW, Michael Blake brings with him experience across cashflow and banking, including roles with Commonwealth Bank.
Michael replaces Marie Boyagi, who has been promoted into the role of National Manager – Strategic Partnerships as GetCapital continues to grow its network. Marie’s focus will be on further developing our partnerships to bring increased value to both aggregator partners and broker clients.
These roles follow the appointment of Tamer Abdelatty as National Broker Sales & Operations Manager earlier this year, where Tamer has already set about improving process efficiency, rolling out the first iteration of the new broker platform and increasing the inside sales team to support GetCapital’s broker network.
Also earlier in 2021, Alexandra Tobin took up the role of Team Leader for GetCapital’s internal sales and broker support teams, a newly-created role to meet the demand of the growing partner and broker network and market interest in GetCapital’s range of business products.
"Now more than ever, our team’s aim is to provide a seamless platform for brokers, to ensure they can provide products and service that are right for their business customers," said Kristian.
"From education programs to deal support and more, the role of the expanded team is to help our network realise the full potential of their customer relationships with a range of offerings from working capital and asset finance to flexible payment solutions."
Shift provides credit and payment platforms that help businesses trade, pay and access funds. As one of Australia’s fastest-growing technology companies, Shift is changing the way businesses access finance. Shift has been recognised by AFR’s Fast 100, Deloitte’s Technology Fast50, Smart Company’s Smart50, Deloitte’s Asia Pacific Technology Fast 500, IDC Digital Disruptor and has been named the Commercial and Asset Finance Brokers Association Fintech of the Year in 2020, 2021 and 2022.
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