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Westpac launches broker roadshows

Staff Reporter 1 minute read

Staff Reporter

Westpac will be giving its broker partners industry insights, market information and social media strategies at its national road show events.

The road shows, which kick off in March, will include guest speakers such as Veridian Group chief executive David Warwick, Genworth Financial chief operating officer Bridget Sakr and Australian Property Monitors general manager Anthony Ishac.

In addition, attendees will be able to ask questions at a panel discussion being held to highlight Westpac’s strategy and insights around its mortgage credit, processing, support, retail operations and leadership.

“Our entire Westpac team is keen to get in front of our key customers – mortgage brokers,” Westpac general manager mortgage broker distribution Huw Bough said.

“We understand that our brokers need a committed partner that puts them at the centre of everything they do. Their sentiment is very clear – brokers require key partners such as Westpac that continually add value to their business. That’s why it’s important we conduct these road shows.”

Westpac’s [email protected] the Centre road shows will kick off in Sydney on Wednesday 2 March, followed by Brisbane on Wednesday 9 March, Perth Friday 18 March, Melbourne 23 March and Adelaide 30 March.

To find out more details on where these events will be held, visit www.ecigroup.com.au/westpacbrokeratcentre/

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