Features

  • In the hot seat: Kirsty Dunphey

    When Kirsty Dunphey, director of Launceston-based Up Loans, transitioned from a career in real estate to her own mortgage brokerage, she thought it would be a simple cross-step into a similar industry. But 'it was a steep learning curve,' she says, 'and one I'm still on!'

  • The big issues to discuss with borrowers

    Despite the economic challenges we've seen during the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s still demand for residential and commercial finance. However, Jason Fallscheer says there are key aspects of the financing process that brokers need to ensure their clients understand, now more than ever

  • The true impact of late payments on SMEs by Greg Charlwood

    There is a hidden cost stemming from clients not paying invoices on time. Greg Charlwood, managing director at Australian Invoice Finance, discusses how to help SME clients protect their businesses from the impact of late payments

  • A Big Deal: Tony Caab by Tony Caab

    Tony Caab, adviser at Smartline, explains why it's important to prepare for a high level of scrutiny when assessors review your applications, and why utilising your BDM and credit scenarios team is key to minimising credit surprises

  • Reshaping the future of broking by AB

    Speaking at the Australian Mortgage Innovation Summit 2020, industry leaders discuss what the future broking landscape will look like

  • The regional rundown by AB

    Is working in big cities overrated? Top regional brokers divulge the biggest opportunities and challenges experienced outside the concrete jungle

  • 'We want to be more than just a neobank' by AB

    Australians now have access to a new digital 'smartbank' called 86 400. CEO Robert Bell speaks to Australian Broker about modernising bank technology to help customers take control of their money, why being a 'new' bank is not enough, and the role of brokers in the transition to open banking

  • How forward-thinking organisations are supporting lifelong learning by Jen Jackson

    As the business landscape shifts and change becomes the new constant, the traditional model of a three- to five-year higher education spent learning technical skills, followed by a forty year career applying them, is no longer serving us