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PLAN bolsters lending panel

by Hannah Dowling4 minute read
PLAN bolsters lending panel

The aggregator has announced the addition of Better Choice Home Loans to its lending panel.

PLAN Australia has welcomed Better Choice Home Loans to its lending panel, giving its 1,600 broker network access to Better Choice’s Prime, Specialist, Expat, Non-Resident and Commercial loan products.

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Commenting on the appointment, Better Choice executive director Allan Savins stated that he was “delighted” that PLAN Australia had added the lender to its panel. 

“Better Choice can offer PLAN’s broker network a diverse range of real solutions catering for Prime, Specialist, Expat, Non-Resident and Commercial loans,” Mr Savins said.


“In these challenging times, as Australians deal with the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Better Choice shopfront of products provides a real opportunity for PLAN brokers to support their customers whether it be through a refinance or purchase opportunity or helping consumers who have experienced financial difficulties caused by the economic downturn,” he said.

Anja Pannek, the CEO of PLAN Australia, said she was “excited” about the announcement, adding: “Ensuring our members have the ability to offer their customers a range of lending solutions to suit their needs is more important than ever in today’s climate.

“Better Choice’s diverse offering makes them a fantastic addition to our lender panel.”

Since January, PLAN Australia has extended its panel to include SME lenders Moula and Prospa, providing PLAN brokers with a wider range of lending solutions for their SME clients.

[Related: PLAN Australia adds SME lender to panel]

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Hannah Dowling

Hannah Dowling


Hannah Dowling is a journalist for The Adviser and Mortgage Business.


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