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Former NAB BDM joins Loan Market

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Annie Kane 5 minute read

A former NAB business development manager has been appointed as a new broker success manager for Loan Market in NSW.

Emily Mazevska, who was most recently a business development manager (BDM) at Advantedge Financial Services, has joined Loan Market as its newest broker success manager (BSM) in NSW.

Ms Mazevska has worked in the financial services industry for nearly 10 years, with seven of these at NAB. 

During her career at the major bank, Ms Mazevska held a range of roles, including as a banker, as training and compliance coach for financial planners for the formerly NAB-owned MLC Australia, and as a business development consultant and manager.

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In her last three years at the big four banking group, she worked directly with brokers as a BDM within NAB’s Advantedge division, which supports Loan Market’s white label Go Edge product.

In her new role at Loan Market, which she started in April 2021, she joins the aggregator’s nationwide broker support division.

Loan Market’s NSW/ACT state manager Michael Karpathakis said that her knowledge, insights and existing relationships across the aggregator’s NSW network made her well positioned to take on the role.

“Emily has an extensive background in dealing with business owners, understanding their issues and helping them make informed decisions and actions,” he said.

“She knows many of our business owners and their operations well, which has enabled her to hit the ground running and provide meaningful and tailored support from day one.”

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Commenting on her new role, Ms Mazevska said: “All brokers are busy right now, servicing a multitude of enquiries while the housing market is booming.

“The biggest challenges I’m hearing from brokers right now are how to find efficiencies as the industry is changing and lender policies keep shifting,” she said.

“I’ll be looking to help businesses address these issues through both tightening their processes and, when appropriate, helping them find the right talent to fill the gaps in their offices.”

[Related: Loan Market to move forward with MyCRM]

Former NAB BDM joins Loan Market
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Annie Kane

Annie Kane

Annie Kane is the editor of The Adviser and Mortgage Business.

As well as writing about the Australian broking industry, the mortgage market, financial regulation, fintechs and the wider lending landscape – Annie is also the host of the Elite Broker and In Focus podcasts and The Adviser Live webcasts. 

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