Arteva Funding is delighted to announce Sue McNeill has been appointed as Head of Sales – Southern Region, commencing immediately.
Sue joins Arteva Funding with over 17 years’ experience in the premium funding industry, most recently as the VIC/TAS/SA/WA Regional Manager of BOQ Finance. Previously, Sue was a Business Development Manager for Centrepoint Alliance and has also held both insurance underwriting and broking roles.
In this newly created role, Sue will report to Arteva’s Chief Commercial Director, Bob Dodd and will lead the sales teams in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia. In addition to supporting her team and driving key accounts, Sue will also be a dedicated relationship manager for Arteva’s existing partners operating in Sue’s local market.
“We’re very excited to have Sue join the team”, said Bob Dodd. “Sue is well known and respected across our industry for her extensive experience and market expertise. Sue’s passion for supporting her team and her clients mirrors our core values and she will be a great addition to our business, said Dodd.
Commenting on her appointment, Sue McNeill said “I am thrilled to be joining such an exciting and progressive company where the values are closely aligned to my own personal values. I look forward to working with the team to continue to grow the business and provide a second to none customer experience”.
To complement Sue’s appointment, Arteva are also delighted to announce Nichole Hastie has been appointed as Head of Sales – Northern Region. Nichole will lead the sales teams in New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and the Northern Territory.
Nichole joined Arteva in January 2022 and has aptly demonstrated her keen ability to manage key relationships and be a significant contributor to the team.
“Nichole has been a fantastic asset to the business”, said Dodd. “These latest appointments will further strengthen our nationwide sales teams in what continues to be a very exciting growth stage for our company”.
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