NAB Broker rewards top broker business partners
NAB Broker rewarded its top broker business partners with lunch events across Australia in June. Here are a few highlights from the Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne lunches, which featured a series of prominent special guests.
Hole in one for St. George's Heavey
St. George invited 65 of its top brokers to the prestigious Lakes Golf Club in April for an 18-hole showdown. Although Steven Heavey’s team managed to out-putt the other broking teams, all enjoyed the social occasion.
Vow brokers seek pinnacle
Vow Financial invited its top 15 brokers to a Pinnacle CEO Club event at the Q Station retreat in Manly, NSW. With a number of business sessions followed by a dinner, the day gave Vow’s top performers an inside track into the strategy of the business.
Resimac brokers back the Dragons
Resimac invited Australian Broker and a group of broker partners to ANZ Stadium, to watch a riveting St. George and South Sydney clash. Brokers were ecstatic when the Dragons trounced the Rabbitohs in the final half.
Iden celebrates 10 year birthday bash
Ten years after launching its first office in Parramatta, Iden gathered its loyal brokers for a birthday party at Bicentennial Park’s Waterview. The evening was about remembering, saying thank you - and preparing for an even bigger future.
'Shopping list' on St. George agenda
St. George invited its aggregator partners to an exclusive gathering at The Ivy in central Sydney in May. Backed by the bank’s renewed appetite for lending, St. George’s Steven Heavey urged aggregators to put it ‘on the shopping list’.
Westpac a winner with women brokers
Westpac recently hosted a ‘women in broker business’ cocktail function in Brisbane, attended by over 20 top female brokers. They heard from keynote speaker Kathy Hirschfeld, a non-executive director of Snowy Hydro Ltd.
NMB greets brokers and ‘Borat’
National Mortgage Brokers held its national conference in style in Melbourne in early February, with guests including Kazakhstan’s very own “Borat”. The gathering was designed to get brokers geared up for the coming year.
ASIC questioned at FBAA panel
Following this year's transition to licensing under the NCCP regime, the FBAA invited its NSW membership to a half-day training session that included a wide-ranging panel discussion, where brokers asked ASIC the tough questions.