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National Fleet: In Top Gear

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With her origins in Malaysian banking and finance, Junies Lim joined National Fleet nearly five years ago to head the Finance & Insurance department.

She joined Australia’s largest automotive dealership network at a critical time when it was going through major changes. Spearheading this change, Junies and her executive team have taken the company through a major growth curve. Several successful tie-ups and product offerings later, the current National Fleet CEO is ready to take the organization even further.

Their ability to spot opportunity has led to the latest joint venture with Yellow Brick Road (YBR). The boutique bank and wealth management company has established YBR Car with National Fleet to offer fleet leasing to YBR’s extensive clientele base. The Australian Business Executive spoke with her to discuss what this new partnership with YBR means for National Fleet.

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