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In Focus: A non-traditional approach to lending

Matt Bauld, Prospa Matt Bauld, Prospa
Todd Stevens Comments 0
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In this episode of In Focus, Prospa’s general manager of sales and business development, Matt Bauld, joins hosts Annie Kane and James Mitchell to discuss small business lending, the burgeoning fintech market and how Prospa is working with brokers to fulfil small business needs.

In this episode, find out:

  • How Prospa’s lending criteria challenge the traditional lending model
  • What they look for in a successful broker-submitted loan application
  • Matt’s thoughts on the role of fintech lenders and small independents in a market dominated by the major lenders

Articles of interest:

NAB looks to challenge fintech space
Budget aims to help SMEs ‘grow, export and create jobs’
Prospa prepares to float
Best in the business: The Adviser Better Business Awards 2018

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