Infinity Group Australia Nominated for More Awards

Infinity Group Australia has been nominated for three more awards, which adds to an increasingly long list of achievements that it has received in the past year.

 

The company is a financial institution that seeks to help people in Australia to reduce their debts while creating a secure financial base for the future. They pride themselves on building strong relationships with their clients and working with passion and integrity to help them.

 

This new honor comes from the Australian Mortgage Awards, which are scheduled to take place sometime next month. Infinity Group Australia has received nominations in three different categories, including Young Gun of the Year–Independent, New Brokerage of the Year and Brokerage of the Year (1-5 Staff).

 

As with any award, being nominated is a great honor by itself, even if the company does not win; either way, this is yet another impressive achievement that Infinity Group Australia has managed in 2018. It also won a prize for the category of IQPC Customer Experience Management, showing its great dedication to its clients and services. In addition, it ranked 58th on the AFR list of the 1,000 most innovative companies in Australia and New Zealand, putting it in the top 5.8 percent of them all.

 

The director and co-founder of Infinity Group Australia, Graeme Holm, expressed his pride when the latter achievement was announced. He also congratulated the company for the creativity that was necessary for it to merit such a high rank.

 

Aside from their many awards, 2018 has proven to be a good year for this company. In the last twelve month it has recorded earning its clients $6.3 million in reductions to their mortgages, along with a combined 3,376 years of time. It is now averaging $41,000 in debt elimination for each client who uses their services. With all that in mind, it is not hard to see why they have been receiving so many accolades recently.

 

The company is spread throughout Australia, with smaller subsidiaries in Brisbane, Cronulla and Bella Vista, allowing it to give clients more individual care. It is also partnering with several large institutions as of late.

 

Infinity Group Australia got its origin in 2012, when Graeme Holm, then involved in banking, became frustrated with the kind of service that lower-income Australians got from most financial institutions. He started the company with his wife, Rebecca Walker, who co-directs it with him today.

 

He describes Infinity Group Australia’s role as a sort of “personal trainer” assigned to help their customers manage their finances. The main flaw of other institutions, he discovered, is that they do not work long-term to make sure that their clients are keeping on track with their money. To combat that problem, his firm focuses on helping the average Australian to first figure out how to use their money, and then provides ongoing assistance.

 

Infinity Group Australia’s growing list of awards seems to indicate that this strategy is working so far. Hopefully 2019 will be just as lucky for them. Learn more: http://blogwebpedia.com/the-client-first-approach-to-finance-graeme-holm-and-infinity-group-australia.html#.WzE4YKlOlmA