Features

  • In the hot seat: Paul Herbert

    A chance opportunity at a university careers day led Paul Herbert, MyState Bank's head of home lending distribution, into banking. Previously, a career in landscaping beckoned: 'I still crave the creative aspects of seeing something physical from my efforts, so it’s an important outlet for me,' he says

  • Four distinct stages of recovery

    The world will be a different place as it emerges from the COVID-19 crisis, with Australians' work, life and travel permanently changed. Next, we will see a previously unimaginable boost to the transformation of industries and society as we know them

  • Leading by example by Melanie Mingas

    Last October, 13,500 MFAA members were asked to elect their board representatives for the year ahead and, for the first time in the organisation’s history, the resulting line-up is predominantly female. Australian Broker examines what it means for diversity, inclusion and representation in the industry

  • Hot seat: John de Bree by Melanie Mingas

    Capify's MD explains how knowledge can be used to adapt to change

  • The power of prime by Melanie Mingas

    Mortgage House promises to take the pain out of loan processing through new tech tools for brokers. Australian Broker finds out more

  • The new credit reporting landscape by

    Solicitor Joseph Trimarchi explains the tax implications of CCR

  • The non-major dynamic by Melanie Mingas

    HSBC talks to Aussie Home Loan's franchisee brokers about the service proposition of non-major lenders

  • Opportunity from Chaos by Melanie Mingas

    Founder and CEO of Blue Wealth Property Dr Tony Hayek, urges brokers to step away from distractions in the market