AICSA & PEXA partner

By PEXA - February 20, 2019

The Australian Institute of Conveyancers (SA division) and PEXA have officially announced their sponsorship agreement for 2019.

The Australian Institute of Conveyancers – South Australia (AICSA) and PEXA have officially announced their sponsorship agreement for 2019.

Rebecca Hayes, CEO of AICSA shared her thoughts on the partnership and what it means for their members.

“The Australian Institute of Conveyancers – South Australia, has enjoyed a strong relationship with PEXA over a number of years. The formalisation of this sponsorship arrangement is a great step towards providing focussed education for our members during their transition to electronic settlements. We are confident that through our strategic and integrated approach, we can create networking opportunities that will support our members and the industry.

Strengthening our relationship with PEXA will allow the AICSA to play a pivotal role in the development of e-settlement in South Australia.  AICSA will ensure our members are well represented and informed so they can achieve the full benefits an electronic environment can bring to their business.

We look forward to working closely with PEXA over the coming 12 months to grow our relationship and support the South Australian conveyancing community through further change.”

Lisa Dowie, PEXA’s Chief Customer Officer, had a similar view and expressed her confidence in the partnership.

“PEXA is excited to be partnering with the AICSA for 2019 and thanks to the strength of our relationship already, I expect the South Australian industry to benefit tremendously. Through education, innovation and collaboration, we are committed to ensuring our members are supported in their transition to e-Conveyancing. Our team in South Australia is dedicated to ensuring this happens, and with the AICSA’s support, our members can be confident they are in safe hands.”

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