Cover Story

  • Looking back at 2020

    It has been an incredibly tough 12 months for brokers affected by a pandemic, natural disasters and ongoing regulation. Australian Broker spoke to industry leaders to get their thoughts on 2020 and what lies ahead

  • Brokers share keys to success

    AB sits down with two award-winning Melbourne brokers to discuss how their businesses were able to thrive, even in a struggling economy

  • Broker receives top honour for community project by Sarah Megginson

    Melbourne-based John Ng recognised for initiative which helps combat loneliness – a cause all the more important during COVID

  • Commercial finance: What is the current state of play? by Sarah Megginson

    No one could have predicted the twists and turns that 2020 has delivered for the commercial property and finance market. But as we cautiously emerge from the worst of the pandemic, what does the road ahead look like for this sector?

  • Diversifying into SMSF LRBAs by AB

    Through SMSF lending, brokers keen to diversify their offering can find opportunities to work with SMEs to help them achieve their wealth management goals

  • SMSF lending: resilience and opportunity by AB

    Despite COVID-19 impacting demand for housing finance across the board, SMSF loans still hold promise for brokers keen to diversify in the future, says La Trobe chief lending officer

  • LMI waivers on the chopping block? by AB

    While 'low-risk' professional borrowers have traditionally been able to access such waivers, reports they're being withdrawn are gaining traction

  • Liberty means business by AB

    With the first six months of 2020 behind us, we can reflect on lessons learnt and prepare for the future. For John Mohnacheff, group sales manager at Liberty, this means strategising the best possible way to support brokers and their clients this year and beyond