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The 22 victors represent best in customer service, professionalism, innovation and ethics within broking industry
Bank celebrates being recognised as a major lender, attributing victory to “ongoing dedication” to broker channel
Non-banks accounted for just 7% of all commercial and business lending in the June quarter of 2020
Consumer benefits of mutual banking model so compelling, action needed to educate people about the sector he says
AB considers what the partial recovery could mean for the home loan market in the coming months
Launch of commercial finance platform helped propel company forward as brokers diversified outside residential
Exec examines how international developments could impact broking within Australia in years to come
How you can develop a better culture, paving the way for a stronger business
How expanding into business lending can support your customers and grow your broking business
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Examining the implications of the ABA's campaign to tackle financial abuse of the elderly
As the FBAA celebrates its silver anniversary, Peter White reflects on 25 years of standing up for brokers
New data suggests recent bad press has done little to tarnish the reputation of brokers.
According to one fintech commentator, brokers could soon be replaced by smart speakers. But will customers embrace such a technological leap?
Is this sluggish market set to continue – and what can brokers do to assist clients in the interim?
The past year has prompted Dan Peters, partner at Edgeview Finance, to give back to the community in a meaningful way. 'We want our contribution to charity to be significant, not a token,' he says, 'and to set the benchmark for what's possible'
The world of mortgage broking, like many other service-based industries, has been significantly impacted by COVID-19. The return to a new normal will present challenges, says Dr Gav Schneider– but with some reflection, we can move forward with purpose and clarity