Features

  • In the hot seat: Andrew Soo

    Andrew Soo is the director of GM Capital Solutions, a brokerage specialising in construction, commercial and property funding. The AMAs Broker of the Year – Commercial excellence award winner describes his career path

  • Bringing confidence back to brokers

    Brokers feel under siege due to ongoing rule changes and the increasing cost burden on clients, but Wealth Today managing director Keith Cullen wants to help them get their mojo back by extending the services they offer

  • Opportunities abound in alternative lending by Anthony Field

    Alternative or specialist lending has enjoyed booming growth in recent years, and its market share is set to grow in the wake of the pandemic. Pepper Money's Aaron Milburn asks brokers who haven't yet moved into this space: what opportunities are you missing?

  • In the hot seat: Kathy Dundas by Sarah Megginson

    The mortgage broker behind No Fuss Home Loans aims to do exactly what the group's name promises: deliver stress-free and seamless finance solutions

  • Evolving tech needs in the new normal by Adam Brown and Kate Gubbins

    Advantedge GM and Simpology CEO consider which COVID-19-shaped digital trends are here to stay

  • Property price growth in the forecast by Sarah Megginson

    Over the last six months we've heard forecasts of property prices falling by anywhere from 10% to 40% as a result of the pandemic's impact. Now the tide has turned, and many are predicting far slower rates of decline – and even growth beyond 2021. What is driving this swift about-face in such uncertain times?

  • A big deal: Vincent Moore by Sarah Megginson

    Finance broker Vincent Moore thought he was working on a straightforward deal. It soon became clear that the client's unpaid debts, repayment plans and low valuation were set to cause some issues – and change his business processes along the way

  • In the hot seat: Graeme Holm by Sarah Megginson

    Graeme Holm, co-founder and CEO of Infinity Group Australia, was barely out of school when he got his first job in a big four bank – and he's been on a mission to educate clients and help them pay down their loans as quickly as possible ever since