Financial services provider HUB24 Group has hired a new state manager for NSW and ACT, with the incumbent to move into a newly created role of national manager for strategic sales.
Mark Hraiki is taking on the role, replacing Andrew Fraser as NSW and ACT state manager, while Mr Fraser will be reporting to head of strategic sales Shane Muscat in his new role.
The appointments follow the company’s recent employment of Mark Goodrick as HUB24’s new CFO. Mr Goodrick will commence in the role from December.
Mr Hraiki has almost 20 years’ experience in financial services in senior leadership roles managing state and national sales teams, most recently at IOOF where he was national manager of advice relationships.
He has also held roles at DKN Financial and the Australian Stock Exchange, focusing on adviser recruitment and education; and Rubik Group, where he held the role of sales director.
“We are pleased to welcome Marc Hraiki to our company, and we look forward to leveraging his extensive experience leading state and national sales teams across platforms, asset management and advice,” Greg Newman, head of retail distribution at HUB24, said.
“Given the strong pipeline we have in the institutional space we are pleased to have Andrew Fraser move across into this newly created role where he can leverage his many years of experience in the platforms space to build new relationships in this segment.”
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