In its drive to reengage the broker market, Liberty Financial will host a series of broker workshops that highlight recent changes made to their loan products.
Late last month, Liberty dropped the rates on all of its residential loan products to help inject competition into the broker market.
Liberty Financial general manager of personal business Kendall Mahnken said offering competitive rates was the first of a number of initiatives from the non-bank lender.
Although remaining tight lipped about what else brokers can expect from the lender, Liberty’s first workshop, held in Adelaide earlier this week, was said to be a night ‘full of entertainment and surprises.’
Australian Finance Group south Australian state sales manager Martin Leedham said Liberty had successfully managed to bring some fun back into the industry.
"It was an excellent experience - the best I’ve been to in quite some time. We’ve missed it over the last two years,” Mr Leedham said.
Liberty will host another workshop in Melbourne tonight, followed by Brisbane on 17 November, Sydney 19 November and Perth 24 November.
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