Brett Colley, Managing Director
Brett has been involved in management in the finance industry for 21 years.
Brett is well known for his ability to educate and work with clients and to listen and clearly understand exactly what they want to achieve, financially. Brett sees his role as a partner with clients to instill security and peace of mind, through the establishment and implementation of a clear strategy and agreed plan of action.
Brett’s diverse experience in finance, real estate developments and all facets of the construction industry confirms Formula 1 Finance to be an innovative professional finance broking firm.
Tracey Bugenhagen, Consultant
With Formula 1 Finance since July 2005. Tracey has a very high focus on customer service standards.
Her ability to focus on numerous tasks and complete tasks to the customer’s and financial institutions satisfaction is outstanding.
Tracey, is highly skilled in building long term relationships, using superior communication skills and lateral thinking. Her analytical and people management skills ensure user friendly and accurate dissemination of information.
Tracey is currently undertaking extension training in all facets of financial lending.
Lynn Levitt, Finance Broker
Lynn brings years of business and customer service experience to Formula 1. During her Travel career, she established Flight Centre’s U.K. Head Office before moving to New York for a joint venture with British Airways. Even taking time out to have children, she ran her own home based Corporate Travel business turning over $1m a year. She returned to corporate as Head of Communication & Culture at ABC Learning Centres before most recently being in education and training roles in the financial services industry. Lynn is highly recognised for her ability to reach out to customers and proactively address their needs.”
In addition to her Diploma of Financial Services (Mortgage Broking), Lynn also holds a Diploma of Business and a Diploma of Management.
· Lynn has brought and sold over 20 properties since the age of 26 and invested both large and small amounts in the share market.
· She’s helped single mums, professional women and many others to get ahead and not be fearful of money.
· She regularly speaks in the community at Surf Clubs and Schools to teach children and teens how to be financially savvy the ‘new’ way but with some ‘old fashioned’ principles.
Lynn says: “I can track the few times in my life that I have made not so great financial decisions around investing. In my case it came down to the fact that my fears were running full throttle and I was looking for someone to save me. I was too busy to make time to really learn about what I was investing in. This is now something I teach people not to do. Getting wealthy takes time and courage and support.”