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Global ‘Invoice Discounter’ Appoints NZ Director

10TH AUGUST 2004

Global ‘Invoice Discounter’ Appoints New Zealand Director

North American based Interface Financial Group has appointed Chris Reid as director of its first New Zealand operation.

Interface Financial Group was founded in Canada in 1971 and has since assisted thousands of small businesses across North America achieve their growth targets through a niche financial service called invoice discounting. The company is now franchising its highly successful invoice-discounting concept in Australasia with Auckland the first port of call.

Reid heads the New Zealand franchise operation and intends growing it steadily over the coming years. He has a strong background in franchise operations having owned and developed the Pack’n Pedal retail group from 1996 – growing it from two stores to a franchised group of eight. He is also a former CEO of Skyline Enterprises and has worked in senior executive roles within the transport industry including DHL and TNT in London, New York and Sydney.


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