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  • A Big Deal: Greg Woolley

    Greg Woolley, director of Performance Finance Solutions, explains how believing in his client when no one else did sustained him through a series of rejections before ultimately securing a happy ending

  • A Big Deal: Martin Mulder

    Martin Mulder, business adviser at VHM Finance Partners, explains how he identified invoice finance as the solution for a construction company refused further credit by its incumbent bank

  • Broker pulls off a big deal

    Following her holistic solution, she received referrals from the project’s builder, agent and valuer

  • A Big Deal: Michelle Lewis

    How a diligent savings plan helped one FHB keep their property ambitions on track when all other avenues were exhausted

  • 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

  • A Big Deal: Thuy Hook by Melanie Mingas

    Even when armed with the full facts, broking a mortgage is no easy task. But when clients have financial skeletons in their closet and an impossible deadline to meet, the pressures stack up. Thuy Hook, mortgage broker at EZ Financing, explains

  • A Big Deal: Nick Lowe and William Hamer by Melanie Mingas

    Nick Lowe and William Hamer, joint directors at LH Financial Group, recall how they negotiated an ambitious and complex deal for an entrepreneur

  • A Big Deal: Emmanuel Marios by Melanie Mingas

    The Derwent Finance director recalls how he helped a couple of first home buyers to transform their financial position and create the ultimate family Christmas card

  • A Big Deal: Michelle Milsom-Wright by Melanie Mingas

    When two prospective buyers were let down by an online broker, Lend Wright Brokerage director Michelle Milsom-Wright, combined traditional and digital solutions

  • A Big Deal: Luke Cieslak by AB

    Hype Financial director Luke Cieslak recalls how an intense nine-month action plan helped his clients reverse years of bad advice and save $30,000