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In Focus: Australia’s first blockchain lender

by Todd Stevens2 minute read
Kym Dalton, Australian Mortgage Marketplace

Transparency in the mortgage industry, particularly when it comes to pricing and serviceability, has been firmly in the sights of the regulators. Given this backdrop, neo-lender Australian Mortgage Marketplace is looking to capitalise on this opportunity in the mortgage market by utilising Australia’s first securitisation blockchain for mortgages and launching its own Intelligent Credit engine that aims to empower mortgage brokers.

In this episode of In Focus, Kym Dalton, the chief operating officer of Australian Mortgage Marketplace, joins host Annie Kane to discuss how the wholesale lender is adopting its new technology to aid brokers in finding a tailor-made solution that meets their clients’ needs and providing a rapid approval in under 15 minutes.

In this episode, find out:

  • The once-in-a-cycle mortgage market opportunity to disrupt the status quo
  • How they are utilising real-time data in the loan approval process
  • What it means to be Australia’s first blockchain lender
  • Why they are launching a crowdfunding equity raise

And plenty more!

Articles of interest:

Australia’s ‘first’ blockchain lender sets sights on mortgages
Dalton says ‘flat fee’ model could hurt consumers
Why regulation benefits YOU

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