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Since 2000 we've been helping our customers achieve their dreams with finance for their vehicles and personal needs.
Money3 entered the near-prime automotive market via the acquisition of Automotive Financial Services (AFS) and Holden Financial Services (GMFA) legacy loan book.
45.1% increase in loan book to $637.5m as at 30 June.
Established of a warehouse securitisation facility with a consortium of major banks to fuel loan book growth towards $1bn
Company raised $50m via an equity placement to institutional investors and Share Purchase Plan to shareholders
Gross loan book grew to $433.8m
Money3 exited SACC lending. Sale of all SACC lending brands inclusive of Cash Train, First Stop Money, Handy Cash and Money3 Branches
Expanded into New Zealand market with the acquisition of Go Car Finance (NZ) 48% growth in gross loan book
25% growth in revenue
1 in 500 registered vehicles in Australia had a loan with Money3
1 in 800 registered vehicles in New Zealand had a loan with Go Car Finance.
Gross loan book grew to $308.1m
Group NPAT increased 10.1% over prior period
In excess of $1bn of loans originated for consumers
Entered the ASX300
Establishment of a new secured funding facility with Fortress Investment Group to underpin loan book growth
Gross loan book grew to $198.8m
Scott Baldwin was appointed as Chief Executive Officer
Announced the transition out of some small amount credit contract products
Acquisition of Paid International, which includes brands Cash Train, First Stop Money and Handy Cash
Gross loan book grew to $22.4m
Money3 Head Office and Secured Loan Centre relocated to Bundoora, Melbourne
Acquired 41 Cash Store businesses and outstanding loan book of Assistive Finance Australia
Gross loan book grew to $10.6m
Acquisition of Tasmanian credit provider Personal Finance Co.
Launched of Auto Loans Product
Launched of Online Loans
Established Money3 Secured Loan Centre to execute broker referrals
Money3 Corporation Limited was listed on the ASX
Changed trading name to “Money3 Corporation Limited”
Loan book funding increased via debt and equity placement.
Opened three new locations.
Commenced trading as “Money Plus”.