Gavin has been a mortgage broker for over 14 years and has secured his position in the top 100 brokers 4 times and a Plan Australia Hall of Fame Member due to his excellence in finance. Gavin has experience where it counts is believes his purpose in finance is to source the best finance deal possible for every individual. He is renowned for being a fast operator, a wealth of knowledge and for his honesty and integrity making him the perfect broker for any person sourcing any type of home, investment or private finance.
With over 13 years of experience in the financing industry, Dawn Brown built her sought-after expertise and thorough knowledge of banks and their services, including residential lending processes. She has worked with both tiny and huge financing firms.
Her extensive work history encompasses multiple fields and divisions of banking. Some examples include:
- General customer service
- Personal loans, home loan and credit card application writing
- Credit assessment
- Application processing
- Residential business facilitator/coach for lending
- Branch management
Broker Support Officer
Miles has a Bachelor of Commerce (UWA) with double majors of Economics and Finance. Project work included Investment Analysis, Microeconomics:
Prices and Markets, International trade, and International Finance. In addition, he undertook market research and forecasting with a focus on cryptocurrencies (BTC, VET, XRP). He has a special interest in financial planning and enjoys interacting with corporate and individual clients.
Real Estate & Property Expert
Matt Nylander is a talented property strategist. His primary focus is on negotiation and sales for both sellers and buyers. He is the go-to guy for everything real estate, from customers eyeing their first home purchase to multi-million dollar palatial homes, as well as those who are looking to expand their investment portfolios.
Loan Processor & Finance Assistant
Harrison Leo is the newest member of the Quantum Finance team. He has always been interested in finance and business, which was why he took up Economics at a university. Harrison majored in Finance while his second major was Economics. During his final year, he had finance-related units, including Investment Analysis.
He later had a growing interest in the macroeconomic side of economics, which involved the allocation of resources on a government level.