Equities First Holdings Realigns its Operations in Australia by Relocating its Melbourne Office

Equities First Holdings LLC (EFH) has successfully established itself in three of Australia’s big cities of Melbourne, Sydney, and Perth. The firm operates in the country as Equities First Holdings (Australia) Pty Ltd under the leadership of the managing director Mitchell Hopwood. As a way of realigning and smoothening its operations in the country, the firm relocated its offices in Melbourne in November last year. The offices that were previously not easily accessed by clients was moved to Level 2, 287 Collins Street. Since then, the office’ telephone number changed to +61 3 8688 7191.

What the Relocation Implies

Being a global lending firm, EFH leads from the front in ensuring that its clients get the best services across the globe. It was the pioneer in the provision of shareholder financing and stock-based loans. EFH do not restrict its customers on how to spend these types of loans, which enables them to make investments they deem fit. This has endeared the company to the people, making it command such a vast clientele.

Now with its new office location in Melbourne, the company confirmed its commitment towards satisfying all of its clients’ financial as well as convenience needs. This commitment was emphasized by Mitchell Hopwood who said that the new Equities First Holdings offices would be able to accommodate all customers. He added that the offices had a big enough space for future expansion, noting that the firm was growing impressively well.

Other Offices

Besides the three offices in Australia, EFH operates offices in Asian countries, such as Hong Kong, Singapore, and Thailand. In Europe, it has offices in Switzerland and UK. Its offices in the United States are in Indianapolis, and they serve as its headquarters.

More about EFH

Equities First Holdings was launched 15 years ago in the United States, before expanding to the other countries. To this end, the company has completed 700 financial transactions, all estimated to be worth over $1.4 billion.