Brokers' likeliness to leave aggregators revealed

by Robin Christie17 Jun 2013

What percentage of the broker population do you believe would like to change aggregator? Are you among them? We asked brokers to say how likely they are to change aggregators in the next 12 months - and you may be surprised by the survey results.

According to Australian Broker sister publication MPA’s 2013 Brokers on Aggregators survey, only 8% of respondents considered themselves ‘extremely likely’ to change aggregator in the next 12 months, while 68% of respondents said that they were ‘extremely unlikely’ to do so.

The question asked of brokers who took part in the survey was ‘how likely are you to change aggregators in the next 12 months on a scale of one (extremely unlikely) to five (extremely likely)’ and the average score for all responses was a low 1.75.

The percentage breakdown for all scores was as follows:

1 (extremely unlikely)








5 (extremely likely)


Further data will be presented in the next issue of Australian Broker, which will be hitting desks shortly.




  • by mr 8 percent 17/06/2013 10:18:04 AM

    Ask the same question if the broker can take their loan book with them

  • by Rastafarian 17/06/2013 12:15:19 PM

    I agree, with Mr 8%,. . I do not even own my loan book if I go, but the pass through is so pathetic I'm really not leaving that much if I do. If our loan books go with us I'd definitely be gone already.

  • by SteveL 18/06/2013 9:47:31 AM

    Looks like mr 8% and rasta forgot to do their Homework. Really though, too many brokers blame their aggregator for their underperformance...rather than themselves.