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Brokers surveyed on non-bank products

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The Adviser is calling on brokers to rank the best non-bank products on offer as part of its annual Broker Product of Choice survey.

The Adviser’s Broker Product of Choice: Non-Bank is designed to give brokers the opportunity to celebrate the non-bank lenders – lenders who are not authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs) that are providing the best products across various market segments. 

With increasing demand for tailored products, and strong competition from the lenders to meet it, we want to know which non-bank lenders are leading the way.

Expanded to 11 categories for the first time this year, The Adviser’s Broker Product of Choice ranking seeks to establish which lenders offer the best:

  • prime owner-occupied loans
  • prime investment loans
  • prime specialist loans
  • near-prime loans
  • short-term loans
  • commercial mortgages
  • personal loans
  • debtor finance loans
  • SME loans over 250k
  • SME loans under 250k
  • SMSF loans 

Brokers will have the option of selecting up to three leading lenders per category.

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Responses are anonymous and will be aggregated to produce the results, which will be published in the April 2020 edition of The Adviser magazine.

The Adviser’s Product of Choice: Non-Bank questionnaire should take no longer than three minutes to complete.

Find out how the non-banks fared in the 2019 ranking here.

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