• In the hot seat: Fi Dimos

    In 2019, Fi Dimos founded Bloom Finance, an Edgecliff brokerage servicing clients in Sydney and Canberra. Transferring the skills she gained from a career in reinsurance, Dimos succeeded in winning AFG's Excellence Award just four months later

  • 86 400 deal boosts competition

    Rebecca Schot-Guppy is CEO of peak fintech body FinTech Australia, which represents and supports more than 300 Australian fintech companies. She has welcomed NAB's full acquisition of neobank 86 400 as a watershed moment for the sector

  • Tech trends that will define the market by Kristofer Rogers

    The digital revolution in the finance industry will continue with open banking and cloud systems, says Kristofer Rogers of software-as-a-service banking platform Mambu – and the most successful brokerages and lenders will be those that use the most innovative technology

  • A big deal: Mitch Boulden by Mitch Boulden

    Jennings Mortgages broker Mitch Boulden won a Pepper Money Broker of the Year – Specialist Lending excellence award at the 2020 Australian Mortgage Awards. His knowledge of non-conforming loans helped an older couple with a credit file default buy their dream home

  • Simple loan solutions stand test of time by Antony Field

    Through the GFC, the rise of fintechs and the coronavirus pandemic, managed funds commercial lender Equity-One has remained steadfast in its mission to provide fast, flexible finance options to brokers and borrowers

  • Short-term lenders offer long-lasting benefits by Antony Field

    Speed, flexibility and streamlined processes – these are just a few of the benefits short-term commercial lenders Aquamore, Mango Credit, Eastwood Securities and Kingsley Finance can provide brokers and their clients

  • Education, diversity drive CAFBA by Antony Field

    It's an exciting time for the Commercial & Asset Finance Brokers Association, with new board leaders, a growing membership, and a strong focus on education and diversity that will benefit the entire industry

  • In the hot seat: Sheena Briffa by Antony Field

    She may have started her career in November, but Briffa managed to submit $2.9m worth of loan applications in her first month alone