One major real estate franchise is expanding its mortgage broking and superannuation business, which will see increased capacity for the provision of SMSF services.
Raine & Horne has announced what it is describing as a “major brand refresh” as it expands its financial services business.
Former banker Dawn Inanli has been appointed as general manager of the newly-named Our Broker, formerly Raine & Horne Financial Services.
A Raine & Horne spokesperson told SMSF Adviser the expansion will see an increased capacity for the business to deal with SMSF clients, particularly through its lending panel of approximately 30 lenders.
“We are talking to a number of service providers for insurance, superannuation and lending, so it’s a completely fresh start for the business,” added Angus Raine, executive chairman of Raine & Horne.
Our Broker will also be expanding its insurance business through the development of home and contents and landlord insurance offerings.
The firm will also offer income protection cover, mortgage protection, business insurance products and motor vehicle insurance.
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