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A career in broking spanning more than 30 years

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

In this episode of The Adviser’s Elite Broker podcast, seasoned broker and director of Finance Brokers of Tasmania Lance Cure joins hosts Annie Kane and James Mitchell to discuss his 30-year-long career, which started out in equipment broking before he grew his brokerage into the success it is today. 

Lance will discuss the changes that he has seen in the industry including the introduction of home loans, the necessary traits new brokers should have and the importance of taking into account the client’s goals. 

You will also find out:

• How he created awareness around the broking cause with a television campaign
• How he thinks the financial services royal commission will change the industry going forward
• His tips for new brokers

And plenty more!

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Articles of interest:

FBAA calls out media ‘myths’ on broking
MFAA launches major broker advocacy campaign
Broker launches TV adverts to back broker channel

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