Business

Rockhampton mortgage broker makes top 100 list

ROCKHAMPTON broker David Perna has been named in a list of Australia's top 100 brokers by a leading mortgage brokers' magazine.

Mr Perna, from the Rockhampton branch of Aussie, was named number 93 in the annual list released in the December edition of MPA, Mortgage Professional Australia.

In the 2011/2012 financial year Mr Perna settled 158 loans totalling more than $46million.

"It's great to receive this recognition," Mr Perna said.

"Working at Aussie, I have always felt supported, and working with the customers and community of CQ has been very rewarding."

Twenty-six of those that made the top 100 list were Aussie brokers.

"I am very proud of the Aussie team for once again ensuring an impressive representation in the top 100," Aussie executive director James Symond said.

"Each of the brokers named in the top 100 has been integral within their local community and their dedication to their work is easily seen in these great results."

Mr Symond said their brokers worked to the highest possible standards of professionalism and were supported in every way throughout their tenure with Aussie, either as mobile brokers or franchisees.

"The strong showing in the national top 100 list, coupled with the highest lead, lodgement and settlement figures we have seen since we acquired Wizard, is a testament to us that our holistic approach at Aussie has been a formula for our brokers' success," he said.

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