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John Manciameli - Slipstream is Australia’s first independent aggregator dedicated to helping brokers diversify into the investment property market and tap into a lucrative revenue stream by assisting clients in achieving their property aspirations

  • AB issue 13.11 AB issue 13.11

    Richard Branson: Virgin founder Richard Branson and Virgin Money Australia CEO Greg Boyle reveal how the brand’s first home loan offering will fill a gap in the Australian mortgage market

  • AB issue 13.10 AB issue 13.10

    Michael Saadat: ASIC’s senior executive leader for Deposit Takers, Credit and Insurers addresses brokers’ fears over the regulator’s review into remuneration

  • AB issue 13.09 AB issue 13.09

    Ray Hair: General manager of Homeloans discusses how the changing employment landscape is creating an opportune market niche, and why the mortgage industry is all about relationships

  • AB issue 13.08 AB issue 13.08

    Mario Rehayem: According to direct feedback from Pepper’s third-party channel, the biggest challenge mortgage brokers face day-to-day is the running of their businesses.

  • AB issue 13.07 AB issue 13.07

    Janelle Pearce and Greg Pell: Westpac’s general manager and national head of commercial introducers spoke to Australian Broker about the lender’s strength as a bank focused on specialisation, and the importance of the broker-banker relationship in the growing commercial market

  • AB issue 13.06 AB issue 13.06

    Steven Degetto: Suncorp’s head of intermediaries on how transparency in service has led to success with brokers

  • AB issue 13.05 AB issue 13.05

    Theo Chambers: Shore Financial’s newly appointed CEO talks about the importance of going back to the basics of broking in 2016

  • AB issue 13.04 AB issue 13.04

    Brett Halliwell: Advantedge’s general manager on how white labels are taking on the banks

  • AB issue 13.03 AB issue 13.03

    Brendan Wright: FAST’s CEO on how 2016’s headwinds are also opportunities for brokers