- Industry leading finance solutions
- Ensuring optimal financial health
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• Asset finance • Equipment finance • Goodwill loans • Insurance • Vehicle finance • Taxation • Investment • Property • Equipment • Fitout • Legal
Special benefits, for Medical Professionals, include:
• Borrowing up to 100% of a purchase price • Residential properties – 90% to 95% no Lenders Mortgage Insurance • Funding GST on purchases • Interest in advance • Funding for setting up or renovating a practice • Self-managed super funds (limited recourse borrowing arrangements)
Warren’s ability to forge strong relationships, his insatiable drive and his innovative thinking have thrust him to the top of the finance industry. Medical Finance Detective, with Warren leading the charge, promises to deliver creative solutions to clients.
Having some 50 years of business experience in dealing with “The People Industry”, Tony rounds off our group with the experience necessary to direct our highly motivated and capable team.
Jill’s meticulous approach to delivering financial solutions has earned her the respect of clients in both domestic and corporate markets. She plays an integral role in ensuring that our team of finance specialists constantly deliver market-leading customised solutions and service.
Asher’s diverse information and communication technology experience across both public and private sectors allows him to provide cutting-edge technical solutions to support the delivery of Medical Finance Detective’s customer service experience.
Ishay’s wealth of experience and his dedication to the further development of the business, make him an invaluable member of the team. His passion and commitment are great assets to the company and he plays an integral role in ensuring the future of Finance Detective.
Lisa has worked in the Finance Industry for over 3 years and is experienced in equipment finance from her previous employment. She is also also highly proficient in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Travis is new to the Finance Services industry, coming from over 7 years as a professional cyclist. The drive, determination and commitment to succeed at the top of the cycling world, are attributes that will serve him (and his clients) well in his new career.
Stephanie’s excellent customer service and attention to detail make her an extremely valuable addition to the Finance Detective team. Her skills with multiple languages enable Finance Detective to meet the needs of an even wider range of customers.
Ken’s business acumen is based on a myriad of experience across various fields. He provides a methodical work ethic and impeccable management services to our business relations division. As our Client Liaison, he is of great value, ensuring growth and development of our services.
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