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How this leading commercial broker gets a 100% success rate

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

Commercial finance broking is often seen as a tricky field to enter into, but Acuity Funding’s managing director has a 100 per cent success rate and is one of the most successful finance brokers in the industry.

In this episode of the Elite Broker podcast, recorded at The Adviser Asia Study Tour in Hong Kong, commercial broker and Vow co-founder Ranjit Thambyrajah joins host Annie Kane to share why he became involved in commercial broking back in 1984 and how his varied career background has shaped his success.

You will also find out:

  • His advice for those considering a career in commercial broking
  • The types of lenders he chooses to use
  • Why understanding client goals is imperative to implementing a successful strategy

And plenty more!

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