Buyers Choice CEO resigns six months after Money Quest Group purchase

By Sarah Stowe | 23 May 2022 View comments

Buyers Choice CEO Brett Mansfield has resigned from his post with Buyers Choice. 

Mansfield’s resignation comes six months after the boutique sub-aggregator was acquired by Money Quest Group.

He said it was now time to allow the business to enter its next phase under new leadership.

Money Quest Group’s value proposition is market leading, and their team bring fresh eyes and ideas to the business. They have the energy, enthusiasm and personnel required to propel Buyers Choice forward. I leave knowing that our brokers and staff are in great hands.” 

Mansfield will exit at the end of June and join the family business Equity Vision which will aggregate through Buyers Choice.

Money Quest Group managing director Michael Russell said Mansfield has made a strong contribution to the business.

“Buyers Choice has grown significantly under his watch and is now arguably the leading sub-aggregation business in Australia.” 

Growing brokers’ business

Buyers Choice has recently made executive appointments in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. The sub-aggregator is now on the hunt for a state manager to further support its brokers in South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. 

In early May 2022 Money Quest acquired another business, Loans Actually.

Russell said “Transitioning mortgage brokers into successful business owners is what our team excels at, and we can’t wait to assist Loans Actually brokers with growing their businesses.”

Last year MoneyQuest hit a significant milestone. The business reached 100 franchises in the five years since it launched its franchise operation.