This week, Sydney-based broker Graeme Salt talks to The Adviser’s Elite Broker podcast about the benefits of joint venture partnerships, his thoughts on the economy and why he believes mentorship and training are essential to strengthening the industry.
Sydney-based broker Will Foster, of Foster Finance, talks to The Adviser’s Elite Broker podcast about why he doesn’t spend money on advertising, the importance of educating his clients and his thoughts on the financial year ahead.
The Adviser talks to Steve Milligan of Launch Finance about his experience as a broker during the GFC, his thoughts on the emergence of “online disruptors”, why he believes industry bodies can be doing more to better represent the broking industry, and why he feels the Australian economy may be worse off than ever before.
One of the country’s most prolific residential mortgage brokers wrote more than 1,000 loans in FY2016. The Adviser talks to Mark Davis about how he did it, his business’ pure investment model, why non-banks are becoming more prevalent amongst brokers, and why he feels ALIC has the recipe for success in training new brokers.
Sydney-based broker, Raymond Teh from Mortgage Choice, talks to The Adviser about how he went from a back office role to breaking into broking, the difficulties he experienced in the early days of his career, the importance of choosing a good aggregator and why he believes that what doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger.
Tune in for the first of a two-part interview with Sydney-based mortgage broker Joel Wyld, who talks to The Adviser about launching his own business, what the process has taught him and why he believes there’s no excuse for not working hard.
Sydney-based broker Tim Werner talks to The Adviser about his success in the SME sector, his experience on the UK Study Tour, and how he's securing finance for his clients through new fintech businesses.
Former school teacher and Mortgage Choice veteran Leeanne Scott talks to The Adviser about why her office has gone paperless, how her self-taught marketing strategy generates new business and why she believes staying in touch with and staying relevant to clients is a great way to balance new and existing clientele.
Loan Market’s Josh Bartlett talks to The Adviser about how he got into the broking business after owning a gym, why he likes to implement better systems and processes within his business, why honesty is the best policy when it comes to dealing with clients and why he believes a supportive team is paramount to a broker’s success.
Melbourne-based broker, Matt Mannaert, talks to The Adviser about his experience working in his own furniture business and moving into a brokerage, how he grew a strong investor clientele through his work and why he believes joining a large brokerage and finding a good mentor is the best start for brokers entering the field.
Andrew Algie from Addisons Advisory Group talks to The Adviser about the pros and cons of business scaling, why he likes the nitty-gritty of loan writing for customers, how he generates business through referrals and why he recommends researching aggregators to find the right fit for your business.
Top Aussie broker, Ross Le Quesne, returns to The Adviser to discuss Aussie Parramatta’s success, his acquisition of a new branch, why he’s big on educating clients about the industry and why he favours attitude over skill when extending his team.
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