Features

  • Hot Seat: Hayden Cush

    Earlier this year, Hayden Cush took on the role of national sales manager at AFG Home Loans. He explains to Australian Broker what the new role means and shares his advice for brokers

  • Setting the trend

    With data now considered as valuable as oil, industries are scrambling to monetise the information they hold. But as Simone Tilley, chair of the CIF’s governance, data and reporting stream, tells Australian Broker, data can also be used to deliver better customer outcomes

  • The power of connection by Melanie Mingas

    Empowered by a new generation of connected technology, not to mention forward-thinking lenders and aggregators, broking is more efficient than ever before. However, when it comes to building a successful business, there’s only one connection that really matters

  • Planning for tomorrow by Melanie Mingas

    Marking 20 years in the market, PLAN Australia is preparing for a future in which broking is diversified, digital and indispensable. CEO Anja Pannek outlines her vision to Australian Broker

  • A Big Deal: Michelle Lewis by Melanie Mingas

    Michelle Lewis, mortgage broker at Easy Loans, explains how a diligent savings plan helped one of her first home buyer clients to keep their property ambitions on track when all other avenues were exhausted

  • Inspiring Change by Melanie Mingas

    This year, the FAST Women in Business series welcomed more than 400 delegates across five events. Designed to empower, inspire and connect professionals from all walks of life, this is just one way the aggregation group is supporting more people to succeed in broking

  • Counting the cost by Melanie Mingas

    Following the shock ruling that saw ASIC’s responsible lending case dismissed by a judge, Australian Broker examines what the decision could mean for the future of expense verification and the ability of lenders to accurately predict serviceability

  • High Hopes for the Golden State by Melanie Mingas

    WA’s economic woes could be coming to an end, setting the scene for a recovery in property prices. Andrew Bromley, mortgage adviser at Smartline, writes about the projects likely to drive the next wave of mortgage lending