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Row3n
Member Since: May 30, 2016
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Rowan Webb is a finance and insurance manager with many years of experience behind his belt. From working with Daimler Trucks and Mercedes Benz in their respective finance departments, he has gained years of insight and know-how and is the perfect go-to man when it comes to financing your new or used vehicle!

Coming from New Zealand to Sydney in 2006, Rowan has put in a lot of hardwork to prove himself as a senior business manager at Col Crawford. Whether involved with sales management or managing the marketing of different high-profile automotive brands like Renault, Suzuki and Mitsubishi, he professes that what kept him going was the fact that the harder he worked at his job, the better the results would be! And now at the pinnacle of his career, he has decided to branch out into his own brokerage company - The Smarter Finance Company!

Let us take care of protecting your asset with the recommendation of comprehensive insurance plans as well that will cover fire, theft and other unexpected incidents that may impact and erode the value of your vehicle. With the right insurance plan in place, you don't have to worry about losing the value of your car if something happens when you are on the road!

The Smarter Finance Company is here to lend you a hand and give you that stepping stone to financial solutions so that you can own that car or piece of machinery sooner. And we can ensure that a good financial protection plan is in place to safeguard your investment too! 



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