Event “Everything you needed to know about borrowing money”
The VCCC held its latest event on Wednesday 22nd June 2016 at the Pumphouse Hotel where Tony Vujic our gracious Croatian host and owner/publican provided a beautifully presented room to conduct that nights event.’
The evening was well attended with a good smattering of new faces, all eager to hear what the guest speakers had in store. Vinko Sikic of iFinance & Slavko Periac of Quay Financial provided a highly informative, content filled educational foray into “Everything you needed to know about borrowing money”.
Delving into some of the key idiosyncrasies around why it would be advantageous to engage either of these two organisations as opposed to a bank when one would consider borrowing. Both Vinko Sikic and Slavko Peraic presented some real-world case studies where clients have either got themselves into a bind or have just needed a hand when others have let them down.
The pressure of time coupled with high stakes are all part of the everyday interaction these seasoned businessmen have with clients when they are either buying a house or making an investment. Helping individuals (Customers) to navigate the complex world of thousands of offers and financial fine print, they both demonstrated their passion and expertise for the work they do.
The attendees certainly got their fair share of information at the event with opportunities to ask questions both formally at the end of the presentation and during networking over a few drinks. There was an attendee an Accountant I believe that did get a bit excited at question time asking many questions but we kept it civil and didn’t call in security. Just a little humour and you really needed to be there.
The evening went well into the night with people networking and enjoying a magnificent array of culinary surprises emanating from the kitchen. That coupled with a full bar ensured that no one was left dissatisfied.
A big thank you to all that attended as well as Tony Vujic for the venue and we look forward to seeing you at the next event.
If you were unfortunate enough to miss this event make sure you don’t miss the next and make sure you bring a friend.