Features

  • Seeking solutions

    Self-employment, illness and divorce are just some of the life situations that can see a borrower classified as specialist. With the banks increasingly unable to meet the needs of such borrowers, Australian Broker examines the alternatives

  • A Big Deal: Steve Milligan

    Picking up another broker’s bad deal is a challenge in itself, but when the self-employed client is also about to change jobs, the situation becomes far more complicated. Launch Finance director and finance manager Steve Milligan explains

  • A Big Deal: Luke Cieslak by AB

    Hype Financial director Luke Cieslak recalls how an intense nine-month action plan helped his clients reverse years of bad advice and save $30,000

  • Preparing for 2020 by AB

    While the big banks escaped largely unscathed, commissioner Hayne’s final report raised huge questions about the future of broking. Australian Broker reports

  • The evolution of the good borrower by

    As the profile of a “good borrower” continues to change, Peter Ellis, founder and borrower advocate at Lending Mate, explains how brokers should embrace specialist

  • Balancing the books for SMEs by AB

    Supporting SMEs and bringing transparency to fintech lending is no easy job, but it’s all in a year’s work for OnDeck. Global CEO Noah Breslow explains

  • The end of easy money by Melanie Mingas

    A new set of rules around credit cards could see thousands of consumers forced to consolidate their debts

  • AI Solutions for SME Lending by AB

    Daniel Katz, VP business operations at Lending Express, on how AI tech could unlock funding for thousands of SMEs