Platform Finance – Aggregator of the Year Award Winner

Platform Finance is excited to announce that our aggregator network, including COG Financial Services Limited and Consolidated Finance Group (CFG), have won the “Aggregator of the Year Award” at the 2020 CAFBA National Broker & Financier Awards.




“As the largest asset finance aggregation group in Australia, we thank our broker partners for their commitment and contribution during 2020. Our priority is to provide support, knowledge and resources that build a mutually beneficial partnership to help their business to thrive,” says Brad Crinion, Platform Finance’s CEO.

“I would also like to acknowledge the staff at Platform Finance, COG Financial Services Limited and CFG and congratulate them on winning this coveted award. The collective efforts from BDM support, processing through to the settlement team, has seen our group grow from strength to strength. We are lucky to have such an experienced and committed team.”

“We thank CAFBA for their continued support and for providing strong representation for commercial asset finance brokers throughout Australia. We are very humbled and honoured to have received this award,” says Crinion.

Platform Finance looks forward to delivering more group initiatives that will continue to add value to our broker and financier partners.



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