Hot Seat

  • 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

  • In the hot seat: Peter Bryant

    Vow Financial NSW state manager Peter Bryant was named Bankwest Best Aggregator BDM at the 2020 Australian Mortgage Awards. He talks about his 38-year career in finance and how he helps brokers achieve success

  • Darin Hindmarsh in the hot seat

    Brokerage founder and CEO with a background in construction has put his knowledge of property and finance to use to help people realise their dreams

  • In the hot seat: Anja Pannek

    CEO of PLAN Australia shares her passion for finance and highlights the value brokers bring to the industry

  • In the hot seat: Kirsty Dunphey by AB

    Up Loans co-founder and mortgage broker Kirsty Dunphey reveals her biggest inspirations. From her segue into broking from property management to co-founding a firm, she says it’s all about helping others, having a good mentor, and representation

  • Hot Seat: Kevin Frost by AB

    Kevin Frost, head of lending solutions at Centrepoint Alliance, discusses the benefits of boutique aggregators, as well as the biggest challenges for the industry in 2020 and how best to tackle them

  • Hot Seat: FBAA Mentor of the Year by AB

    Anthony Zveglic on why good mentoring matters, and how you can provide it to your team

  • Hot Seat: Tom Morison by AB

    Tom Morison, mortgage and finance adviser at Smartmove, shares how winning his first client referral at the age of 12 ignited a lasting passion that guides his business to this day

  • CEO in the hot seat by AB

    Bill Baker shares how building small joys into one’s daily routine can helpward off burnout

  • In the hot seat: Damian Medici by Melanie Mingas

    Damian Medici, recently crowned Broker of the Year (Productivity) at the Australian Mortgage Awards, shares how he powers up through a well-round