DFP Welcomes Daniel Kisbee To The Brisbane Office

DFP Welcomes Daniel Kisbee To The Brisbane Office

Daniel KisbeeDaniel Kisbee has recently joined our growing credit team to provide further skills and credit resources to the Queensland office.
Daniel has a decade of  banking experience spread across relationship management, credit and asset structuring roles.  Most recently Daniel has spent five years working as an Industry Relationship Manager with a Property Finance specialisation for Westpac in the Commercial Banking segment assisting a diverse range of clients from small builder-developers through to a national property valuation firm.  With a strong focus on client experience, Daniel was recognised for having the strongest Net Promoter Score (NPS) in his job family in Queensland.
Daniel is experienced in credit work-outs/asset structuring, and brings significant credit and risk modelling strength to the DFP Team.  Daniel also has previous experience in cash flow lending, as well as structured lending for joint ventures/management buyouts working with clients from a range of industries.  He has assisted clients with non-property lending needs including flexible solutions combining trade/invoice finance, financial markets as well as bespoke transactional product solutions.
Daniel graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Economics in 2007, has completed postgraduate study in Insolvency Law through the Queensland University of Technology, and is currently completing an Advanced Diploma of Financial Planning.
Daniel can be contacted as follows:
E| dkisbee@dfpartners.com.au
P| 07 3041 4136

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