Features

  • Banking on better

    As the non-majors take the market lead, Suncorp is positioning itself to offer a superior experience for brokers and their customers. Executive GM of lending Glenn Haslam reveals the strategy to Australian Broker

  • Battling the mortgage mumbo jumbo

    As many as 79% of homebuyers say the buying process is harder than ever, but Aussie Home Loans is on a mission to reverse the trend. Chief customer officer David Smith and GM of distribution Brad Cramb reveal the details to Australian Broker

  • Hot Seat: Eric Wilson by Melanie Mingas

    In his journey from junior lifeguard to founder and CEO of neobank Xinja, Eric Wilson has been no stranger to the deep end. Reflecting on why he moved into finance, he talks about the importance of putting customers and ethics first

  • Seeking solutions by Melanie Mingas

    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 by Melanie Mingas

    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

  • Opportunity Knocks by Melanie Mingas

    With a suite of new products and a foot in the New Zealand market, Pepper Money is helping brokers capitalise on new opportunities. CEO Australia Mario Rehayem reveals the details

  • Hot Seat: Clive Kirkpatrick by Melanie Mingas

    Clive Kirkpatrick, general manager of Vow, shares his tips for how brokers can thrive in the current environment, and reels off the South African delicacies he would serve to MFAA CEO Mike Felton

  • Repricing credit and risk by Melanie Mingas

    With its traditional business models under threat, it’s all change for Australia’s credit checking regime. However, as credit and risk consultant Andrew Tierney says, credit bureaux can thrive if they rethink pricing and embrace open banking