Who We Are
We provide a range of finance products and payment solutions to consumers and businesses through a network of retail and business partners. This includes interest free cards and no interest ever payment plans and business leasing solutions.
FlexiGroup operates in Australia, New Zealand and Ireland, working with more than 14,000 partners including IKEA, AGL Solar, Flight Centre Travel Group and Fujitsu.
FlexiGroup is among the top 200 ASX-listed companies.
Flexigroup signed a new product partnership with New Zealand’s largest department store chain, Farmers. The new Farmers Mastercard will replace the long standing Farmers Finance card and is fully integrated with the Farmers Club rewards program.
Flexigroup consolidated two legacy platforms Certegy EziPay and OxiPay into an innovative and differentiated customer buy now pay later offer called humm, which enables shoppers to spend from $1 to $30, 000 completely interest free.
With her innovative, inclusive and motivational leadership style, Rebecca James joined FlexiGroup in October as CEO to lead the business’ continued growth and development.
Joining FlexiGroup in April as CEO of FlexiGroup NZ, Chris Lamers brings a strong marketing, sales and innovation background to the team and is focusing on creating a strong team culture, and mutually beneficial customer and retailer partnerships. Key product lines include Q Card, Q Mastercard and partnerships with leading retailers including Farmers and Flight Centre.
FlexiGroup welcomed Symon Brewis-Weston as CEO. Keenly focused on the fundamental importance of supplier relationships and how they connect to customers, he is a strong cultural fit.
With the strategic acquisition of Fisher & Paykel Finance, the Group entered the New Zealand Cards market and receivables passed the $2 billion mark for the first time.
The acquisition of Telecom Rentals Limited (TRL) expands FlexiGroup to the #1 technology leasing business in New Zealand.
The RentSmart lease business was acquired expanding the Group’s distribution channel, including key retailer JB HiFi.
The New Zealand business builds strong growth momentum with the acquisition of Equico, a well-established provider of technology leasing to business, government agencies and a leader in the education sector.
Consolidating the Group’s presence in the Interest Free Cards market, Once Credit was acquired and integrated with the Lombard business.
Management was recognised by Asia Money as Australia’s Best Medium Cap Company.
Diversification continued as the Group entered the large, Interest Free Cards market with the acquisition of Lombard Finance.
FlexiGroup ranks for the first time among the 200 largest ASX listed companies.
Awarded AON Hewitt Best Employers of the Year.
Named Australian Teleservices Association Contact Centre of the Year.
With a well defined strategy of diversification the Group acquired the retail finance provider Certegy Ezi-Pay and launched a mobile broadband business to leverage an emerging market. Additionally FlexiRent expanded to Ireland.
FlexiGroup listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and welcomed Margaret Jackson as Chairman.
Experienced and energetic CEO John DeLano is employed to develop and recruit a professional management team to corporatise the business and prepare it for public listing.
FlexiRent introduced its first Consumer Lease product and additionally crossed the Tasman, establishing relationships in New Zealand with Noel Leeming, Harvey Norman and Apple.
Harvey Norman trialled, then rolled out, FlexiRent to all of its stores nationally.
Recognising a lack of simple, low ticket finance options for small and medium sized businesses, founders David Berkman and Andrew Abercrombie addressed the gap in the market, with a simple lease product, offered through office equipment vendors.
From the very beginning FlexiGroup was built on the foundations of great service and support, flexibility, speedy quotes, and fast approvals. These foundations continue to underpin our success.