Key learnings from Australia’s Asset Finance Broker of the Year 2018

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

Finance broking and writing loans for SMEs has been a hot topic of discussion this year, as the government and regulators increasingly look at improving access to finance for the small businesses that are the “engine room of the economy”.

In this episode of The Adviser’s Elite Broker podcast, Australia’s Asset Finance Broker of the Year 2018, Jason Gibson, joins hosts Annie Kane and James Mitchell to share how a redundancy was the catalyst for his new, award-winning career.

The CAFG Australease broker will discuss how commercial finance broking differs from mortgage broking, how he finds customers, and what his advice is for new brokers starting out in finance broking. 

You will also find out:

The importance of a first impression for both broker and client
His thoughts on the current SME finance sector
How he managed the transition from banking to broking

And plenty more!


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