Hot Seat

  • Hot Seat: Hayden Cush

    Earlier this year, Hayden Cush took on the role of national sales manager at AFG Home Loans. He explains to Australian Broker what the new role means and shares his advice for brokers

  • Hot Seat: Eric Wilson

    In his journey from junior lifeguard to founder and CEO of neobank Xinja, Eric Wilson has been no stranger to the deep end. Reflecting on why he moved into finance, he talks about the importance of putting customers and ethics first

  • Hot Seat: Clive Kirkpatrick

    Clive Kirkpatrick, general manager of Vow, shares his tips for how brokers can thrive in the current environment, and reels off the South African delicacies he would serve to MFAA CEO Mike Felton

  • Hot Seat: Nathan Walsh

    As a former bank exec turned fintech co-founder, Athena Home Loans CEO Nathan Walsh is no stranger to bold moves. Here he explains how his first job laid the foundations for a business model that aims to turn the mortgage industry on its head

  • Hot Seat: Adam Crane by Melanie Mingas

    When he completed his undergrad degree, all Adam Crane knew was that he didn’t want to be an accountant. Now the CFO for ME Bank, he shares his tips for working in finance

  • Hot Seat: Andrew Bromley by Melanie Mingas

    Personal mortgage adviser for Smartline Andrew Bromley, talks about how to nurture professional relationships

  • Hot Seat: Tony MacRae by Melanie Mingas

    The GM of banking for MyState talks about horse racing and the professional achievements he’s prioritising for 2019

  • Hot Seat: Matthew Woods by Melanie Mingas

    Citibank’s head of mortgage distribution Matthew Wood, reveals details of the bank’s revamped mortgage plans

  • Hot Seat: Alissa Childs by Melanie Mingas

    Two Birds One Loan director Alissa Childs, explains why she turned from BDM to broker and how she finds new business opportunities

  • Hot Seat: Will Unkles by Melanie Mingas

    The award-winning director of 40 Forty Finance, shares his tips for keeping on top of the email avalanche