Market Talk

  • Bluestone’s Next-Gen platform revamp

    Bluestone Home Loans has revolutionised its approach to loan processing, launching a new digital lending platform in partnership with NextGen.Net

  • Broker on Broker: Tracie Palmer

    Tracie Palmer is a multi-award-winning broker and mentor with more than 30 years of experience. She is the founder of Brisbane-based Cornerstone Home Loans, as well as Cornerstone Mentoring, which offers a broker mentoring and broker sales coaching service. Here she answers questions from brokers who are just starting out

  • Revealing the AMA excellence awardees

    Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Australian Mortgage Awards 2021 will reveal the mortgage finance industry’s best of the best in October. But first we announce this year’s finalists, or excellence awardees, in the running for the awards

  • New roles for financial services professionals

    Check out the latest high-profile moves in the financial services sector as seven industry professionals take up new positions across banks, non-bank lenders and fintechs

  • Leaving the comfort zone by Melanie Mingas

    The why, when and how of moving into commercial finance, as explained by lenders and aggregators

  • The true role of the SME broker by Melanie Mingas

    Leo Tyndall, founder of marketplace lending platform Marketlend, says SMEs are being let down by banks and fintechs

  • Leading lady by Melanie Mingas

    Andrea McNaughton outlines Loan Market's growth plans and explains why female brokers are more important than ever before

  • Fast Money by Melanie Mingas

    The borrower demands shaping SME finance and how lenders are are rethinking their core products

  • The next steps by Melanie Mingas

    The election may have delivered for brokers but the 2022 review, best interest duty and threat of a downturn, remain on the cards

  • Equipped for success by Melanie Mingas

    Australian Broker attends the Sydney launch of OnDeck’s Equipment Loan, designed to provide funds when the major banks can’t