Infinity Group Australia Listed By AFR In Their Top 100 Most Innovative Companies

In 2018, The Australian Financial Review ranks Infinity Group Australia at number 58 in their list of Most Innovative Companies. The Australian Financial Review is a reputable publication that deals with business and finance news in Australia, earning many awards for their high-quality journalism and being considered a must-read among investors and businessmen.

 

 

Inventium compiled a list of 1,000 companies across New Zeeland and Australia, and alongside a panel of experts they rated the submissions based on a number of factors. The annual list published by the Australian Financial Review is the only national and cross-industry list that ranks the most innovative companies. The publication reaches an audience of more than 1.8 million readers.

 

 

Infinity Group Australia was founded in May of 2012 by Graeme Holm and Rebecca Walker. Their mission is to help Australian citizens reduce their debt and create wealth in order to secure their future. They provide a personal banker to help clients get rid off loans in a time efficient manner. The clients are also offered assistance in maintaining their budget, as well as monthly performance reports. The company was created as a result of Holm’s observation of the lack of support and guidance for families as far as the financial market goes.

 

 

Graeme Holm currently acts as the Director of the firm, and has over 15 years of experience in the financial industry. His passion and dedication to helping Australian families alleviate debts in order to live a financially comfortable life turned Infinity into a success since its inception, 6 years ago. Due to its rapid growth, Infinity turned into a respected company in the financial industry, as they keep implementing their debt reduction strategies which help everyday Australians.

 

 

Their spot as the 58th Most Innovative Company puts Infinity Group Australia in the top 5.8% of all the companies nominated. The award was accepted by Graeme Holm on July 30, 2018 during the AFR Most Innovative Companies List Awards Night. He thanked Inventium and the AFR and congratulated the team behind Infinity. He noted that their spot at number 58 comes as an honor and that it was humbling experience for their debt reduction and budgetary platform to gain them a spot on the list. Besides the honor of being named in the AFR top innovative companies, the founder of Infinity has also been part of the MPA Top 100 Brokers.

 

 

Infinity Group Australia is based in Sydney, in Bella Vista, New South Wales. The firm’s care and commitment to their customer helped them become a success and expand. One important note is that all the clients that worked with Infinity end up paying more off their home loan in the first 3 months of working with the firm than in the prior 12 months with the bank structure. With the support and guidance offered by Infinity to their clients, they eliminate on average $41,000 in debt within the first 12 months. The firm believes that Australians have received a poor deal, and thus continue making efforts to fix the debt problems of their clients, one Australian home at a time. Learn more: http://australianwomenonline.com/graeme-holm-comes-to-the-rescue-of-australian-borrowers/

 

A Review Of Hussain Sajwani’s Career

Hussain Sajwani is a respected entrepreneur. He is the founder of DAMAC Group. The alumnus of the University of Washington started his profession by working for Gasco as a contracts manager. Gasco is Abu Dhabi National Oil Company’s (ADNOC) subsidiary. After working for the company for a while, he ventured into the catering business. Through the food service business, the executive was able to work with the U.S. military and other renowned companies, including Bechtel. Today, the catering division is part of DAMAC Properties.

For long, President Donald Trump has maintained a cordial relationship with Hussain Sajwani family. In the recent past, Hussain and Trump entered into a partnership that resulted in the development of the Trump International Golf Club. Notably, when the two were undertaking the project, Trump was not the president of the United States. The sale of luxury villas from the project generated more than $2 billion. President Trump posited that he would not engage in any business deals while he is in office. This way, he would avert potential conflicts of interest. Hussain Sajwani contended that his relationship with the Trumps moves beyond the president to his sons, Eric and Donald Jr., and daughter, Ivanka. Sajwani posited that he would establish a good working relationship with Trumps children considering that they have vast entrepreneurial skills.

Hussain Sajwani says that he incorporated DAMAC Properties in 2002. This is after the Dubai government had issued a decree that allowed the public, including non-Emiratis to own property in the country. To this end, Hussain started by purchasing land in an undeveloped part of the city. He went on to construct modern houses. Less than six months before Hussain Sajwani started the actual construction, he had sold many units in the 38-story residential property. The shrewd entrepreneur played a pivotal role in putting Dubai in the map, as a glittering destination. Over the years, DAMAC properties has been developing leisure, commercial and residential properties in the United Kingdom, Lebanon, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE. The DAMAC owner contends that the corporation is fully committed to service excellence.

Hussain Sajwani is heavily involved in philanthropic activities. In a Ramadan campaign initiated by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum to clothe a million needy children around the globe, Hussain donated AED two million.

To learn more, visit http://www.damac.com/.