Jeff Haydn joins Ausure Financial Services

  • by The Quotesonline Team

Ausure Financial Services (AFS), part of the Ausure Group, welcomes Jeff Haydn as their Operations Manager based at the Ausure Head Office in Cardiff, Newcastle.

The Ausure Group received an extension to its Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL) in March 2009 and set up Ausure Financial Services the same year.

Echuca-based Director of Ausure Financial Services Tim Dale comments, “Ausure is the only  dealership group that I know of in Australia to provide its qualified Authorised Representatives the opportunity to offer both financial planning and general insurance products.

By increasing their services, Ausure representatives are able to satisfy many of their client’s financial needs – effectively creating a ‘one stop shop’. This reduces the risk of clients seeking services elsewhere and provides an additional revenue stream to compliment their representative’s general insurance business.

Jeff Haydn worked as a qualified financial planner in various roles in Australia during the past eight years. He has also worked as an accountant for four years. Prior to joining Ausure, Jeff was a partner in a financial planning firm based in the Hunter region.  Jeff holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from Newcastle University and an Advanced Diploma of Financial Services (Financial Planning).

Jeff Haydn said he is delighted to join the Ausure group and excited about “working to achieve the potential of the financial services business and continuing to build the strong brand image of Ausure.”

Ausure has 93 offices throughout Australia. Ausure Insurance Brokers won the Fastest Growing Financial Services Award for growth in 2007, 2008 and again in 2009 and was selected as Small Business Champion State Finalist for 2008 and 2009 (Commonwealth Bank Awards).

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