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Management and Letting Rights On-Line Calculator

FNX are innovative providers of Management Rights Finance and experts in guiding you through the financing process for your Management and Letting Rights purchase. We also have a great network of fellow professionals, who are the best in the industry, that we can bring to your purchase.

Patrick Bell, MBA, B.Bus (Finance), Dip FMBM, Cert IV FS (F/MB)

Pat is a Partner of FNX Finance and is an experienced Corporate Finance executive, having lead Corporate Banking teams for a ‘Big 4‘ Bank for over 10 years. He has lead teams in Sydney CBD, the Gold Coast and internationally for 2 years.

With this level of experience and exposure Pat has a very broad range of expertise in most industries and financing scenario’s and has an outstanding record of getting the impossible done! (or “of championing and completing complex transactions”) He has a particular passion for all types of property finance; development, investment and tourism; the sectors that support our ageing population; and assisting clients to achieve their growth aspirations.

Pat lives on the Gold Coast and is married with 2 children, he loves his rugby and enjoying life!

To contact Pat, Email: or phone: 0427 692 698

Introducing our… Management and Letting Rights On-Line Calculator

  • Calculate potential loan amounts that financiers may provide for both the business and your unit purchase
  • Work out purchasing costs
  • Work out how much money you will have to live on
  • Work out how much cash you may need to purchase a particular MLR

FNX Finance Group Pty Ltd
ACN: 602 814 620 ABN: 75 602 814 620



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