MoneyQuest welcomes industry stalwart

National mortgage broking franchise, MoneyQuest, today announced the appointment of industry stalwart Tim Donahoo to lead its compliance team.

Managing Director Michael Russell said the fast-growing franchise would welcome the thirty-five years of experience that Tim brings. “Tim is indisputably one of the very best compliance minds in the industry and having worked together in implementing the new responsible lending obligations all those years ago, I’m looking forward to repeating the experience with Best Interests Duty and beyond.

“Tim, or Captain Compliance as he is affectionately known, is adept at interpreting new legal obligations and designing appropriate changes to processes and procedures that are both compliant and pragmatic” Mr Russell stated.

Mr Donahoo was equally as excited. “With MoneyQuest fast approaching 100 franchises, I couldn’t be more pleased to work with Michael again and reunite with a number of other familiar faces. I love the mortgage broking industry and am pleased to have found a long-term home in a business with such exciting prospects.”

“Tim’s appointment further cements our foundations for growth and allows us to be even more responsive to the expectations of our franchise owners, mortgage brokers and customers.” concluded Michael Russell.

About MoneyQuest

Established in 2007 and franchised in 2016, MoneyQuest was founded with a clear goal – to make property ownership easy and rewarding for everyday Australians. MoneyQuest has over 90 franchise offices across Australia helping thousands of families and investors build their financial future – from first home ownership right through to retirement. More information on

Money Quest Australia Pty Ltd – Australian Credit Licence 487823.

For more information:
Michael Russell – Managing Director
(03) 9583 6598



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