Introducing four new faces to the team! As the finance space gets busier and our partner needs continue to grow, the Nodifi team has again expanded to support the demand.
The new additions reinforce the business’s stance on dedicated partner support delivered with a suite of high quality digital solutions.
Adding to the partner support pillar are Lauren Blackwell and Francis Ycoy.
Lauren joins Nodifi from the car dealership world and, with her customer-facing experience, is set to ensure that referred business continues to receive the right answers and outcomes that Nodifi is renowned for. She joins the consumer credit team alongside James Winnard and Steve Letherby as a virtual business manager.
Francis Ycoy brings his experience from the mortgage broking industry and, bolstered by his technical background, sees the settlements team expand under team leader, Elliot Bloem.
On the technology front, Henna Chugani joins as project manager in Nodifi’s web development team.
With her extensive history of delivering high-profile digital projects and programs, both in Australia and overseas, Henna is set to aid the implementation of Nodifi’s new digital solutions, namely platform upgrades and other tech products.
“Coming in at a time when the industry is experiencing significant growth, coupled with increased consumer demand for high-performing digital channels, is really exciting,” commented Henna.
Further bolstering the Nodifi team is Danica Corbett, stepping into the newly created people and culture manager role.
Danica comes on board at a time of high enthusiasm and, with her experience in team building, event planning and HR initiatives, is ensuring the development of a collaborative high performing culture.
Danica had the following to say: “Even though my previous roles weren’t in the finance industry, I was well aware of Nodifi’s reputation as a high-achieving team and I’m excited and set for this rewarding challenge.”
Nodifi CEO, Tom Caesar, says that filling these roles ticks important boxes within a larger strategic plan for business growth and development, especially aligning with the fintech’s prominent digital objectives.
The four new faces join other recent additions in Q1 this year.