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  • In the hot seat: Kirsty Dunphey

    When Kirsty Dunphey, director of Launceston-based Up Loans, transitioned from a career in real estate to her own mortgage brokerage, she thought it would be a simple cross-step into a similar industry. But 'it was a steep learning curve,' she says, 'and one I'm still on!'

  • The big issues to discuss with borrowers

    Despite the economic challenges we've seen during the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s still demand for residential and commercial finance. However, Jason Fallscheer says there are key aspects of the financing process that brokers need to ensure their clients understand, now more than ever

  • In the hot seat: Daniel Hustwaite by AB

    Daniel Hustwaite, principal at Aqua Financial Services, discusses the biggest challenges for brokers in these uncertain times of COVID-19, and how fi nancial services are working to improve consumer experiences

  • The need for speed: Transforming to digital by Peter Hewett

    Understanding how to use tech as a broker to stay competitive in the rise of the digital economy

  • A Big Deal: Charlie Loveridge by Charlie Loveridge

    When it comes to buying or selling a home, good preparation is key. Charlie Loveridge, senior credit adviser at Shore Financial, explains why it’s important to ensure homebuyers negotiate a lengthy settlement so they have enough time to sell other assets before taking out a new loan

  • Non COVID-19 challenges facing the industry by AB

    Unpacking how brokers and banks can survive in this turbulent, low interest rate environment

  • How one lender is navigating COVID-19 by AB

    Group's resilience in the face of crisis decades in the making as oldest operating non-bank in Australia

  • In the hot seat: Nick McGrath by AB

    Moneytech CEO Nick McGrath discusses what the biggest challenges for financial services will be this year, and why it’s important for brokers to be resilient and have thick skin