Established in 2002, the Group has specialised in the finance, investment and the credit industry. The primary focus of the Group has always been to enhance the wealth and fulfilment of life for our clients.
Since inception, the Group has completed mortgages involving over $2 billion worth of property, and has worked hard to try and improve the well-being of over 12,000 clients via a network of more than 1,500 professional partners.
The Group has an experienced team of professionals from a variety of backgrounds including banking, investment, management consulting, funds management, accounting, taxation and business advisory.
Like many every day Aussies, the founder of the Group faced the dilemma of wealth building: whether to invest in real estate, buy shares or simply place savings in a bank deposit.
Real estate is expensive to buy, and in a scenario where rent can’t cover the mortgage interest, the investor must contribute income to it; resulting in a tighter family budget.
Shares are unpredictable, and the daily volatility often causes investors unnecessary stress.
Lower risk bank deposits are known for their low returns and long interest payment intervals: usually yearly.
Maxiron Monthly Income Trust was set up to offer a real alternative to every day Australians. Subject to the PDS’s risk factors, it offers a competitive rate, higher than a low- risk bank term deposit with a monthly interest payout. Best of all, there are no fees for you.
Competitive returns are generated by the Group investing indirectly into a mortgage pool backed by Australian real estate with loan to value ratio under 80%.
The Trust is a registered with Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) with Australian registered scheme number being 618 038 609.
For investor’s peace of mind, the Trust is audited annually by an external auditor, and is overseen by Primary Securities Ltd who is the responsible entity and Sandhurst Trustee Limited who is the custodian.
Paulus had previously held various management positions in global firms. He became a
serial entrepreneur in his mid-twenties and had many successful ventures both
locally and abroad.
Paulus is the CEO of Maxiron Group, which he founded in 2002. He began as a mortgage broker and later went on to be a commercial lender. MaxironGroup has settled loan transactions with securities valued at over $2 billion since inception.
Paulus now leads a management team at Maxiron with the focus of expanding the Group to provide better financial services to fellow Australians.
Clifton has more than 20 years' experience in the banking and mortgage finance industry. He has worked in St George Bank, HSBC Bank, Citibank and Westpac Bank.
Clifton was a Councillor on the Hurstville City Council between 1999 and 2012. During his tenure, he had been twice elected as Deputy Mayor in the Council.
Parakh has 17 years of experience in the finance and insurance industry. He has also worked at a few large international institutions. Parahk is a skilled and service-oriented professional with strong expertise in risk management, credit control, corporate governance, contract law, accounting and taxation.
The Responsible Entity of the Trust is Primary Securities Ltd ABN 96 089 812 635 (Primary).
Primary is a licensed responsible entity which holds AFSL No. 224107 and is the responsible entity for several registered retail managed investment schemes including mortgage and loan schemes, as well as being trustee of many wholesale schemes Primary Securities Ltd has the primary responsibility to operate the Trust and the Classes and to perform functions conferred on it by the Constitution and the Corporations Act.
Further information regarding the Responsible Entity please visit www.primarysecurities.com.au
Sandhurst Trustees established in 1888 and is part of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank's wealth division and is a highly regarded financial services provider, offering a wide range of products and services including:
Sandhurst Trustees has become a modern, full service wealth manager renowned for its customer service excellence and integrity.
For more information, please visit www.sandhursttrustees.com.au