A founding principle of Glynn Finance is giving back to community. We are proud to donate a minimum 10% of all up front fees received from Loans settled to a clients nominated community entity. The difference this organisation makes is significant and we are committed to helping kindergartens, schools, sporting clubs and other not for profit organisations across Australia edge ahead.
If you are involved with a school or other not fro profit organisation that would benefit as being recipients of Glynn Finance incentive program then please contact our corporate centre on 1300 38 38 72 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Unique to Glynn Finance are our core values and commitment to community. At inception the founder and chairman, Richard Glynn devised a strategy to enable communities to receive a minimum of ten per cent of all up-front fees paid to Glynn Finance.
The program offers incentives to a nominated kindergarten, school, and sporting club or not for profit entity, as listed on www.acnc.gov.au website.
The commission paid to the community entity is scalable, on a per annum basis, whereby the upfront commission paid increases on the volume of loans written per year.
The incentive is then provided to the community entity to help our Mortgage Brokers to communicate Glynn Finance lending and mortgage products to their networks.
Mortgage Brokers receive training and ongoing professional development in this training module to ensure they maximise the benefits that the program offers.HAVE US CALL YOU
Glynn Finance is strongly committed to our corporate social responsibility and seeks Mortgage Brokers who share these core values.
We believe that Mortgage Brokers that are connected to their community will understand and share our core values:
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) refers to business practices involving initiatives that benefit society. A business's CSR can encompass a wide variety of tactics, from giving away a portion of a company's proceeds to charity, to implementing "greener" business operations, to embracing broader social conscience.
Sammi Caramela, Business News Daily.