Australian Invoice Finance supports Queensland sales growth with key appointment

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    Australian Invoice Finance (AIF), the rapidly growing challenger in the Australian cashflow finance sector, has made a significant appointment in Queensland. Experienced sales and business development professional, Andy Cusworth, has been appointed as business development manager in Queensland to support increased sales across the state.

    Cusworth, who is based in Brisbane, was most recently a business development manager for Asset Finance Loans. Prior to that he was state manager for Now Finance for the Queensland and Northern Territory regions. Since launching in August 2017, AIF now operates in all Australian states.

    In the past financial year, it has achieved loan portfolio growth of 90% and doubled its client base during 2019.

    AIF managing director, Greg Charlwood, said he was thrilled to have a BDM with Cusworth’s depth of credit experience join the team.

    “We are extremely excited to have Andy on board. He has more than 20 years of business finance experience in the Australian and UK markets. His well-rounded skill set and broad network of contacts will be invaluable as he continues to grow AIF’s presence in Queensland,” he said.

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