In Focus: Navigating a changing broker market

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

In this episode of In Focus, Brett Halliwell, general manager of Advantedge joins host Annie Kane to discuss the changing broker commission structures within the sector and the future of the industry in light of recent changes.

With Advantedge being one of the first lenders to shift broker remunerations in line with reforms of the Combined Industry Forum, he will discuss how the new structure is impacting broker incomes, his predictions for the industry going forward, and the increase in broker popularity.

In this episode, tune in to find out:

  • How the wholesale funder is ensuring that it adheres to responsible lending guidelines
  • How Advantedge is working with brokers to create awareness of white-label loans
  • Why the role of the broker has changed

And plenty more!

Articles of interest:

SMEs need brokers in current lending landscape
Broker opportunities building up in SME market
In Focus: Short-term loans in a tighter lending economy


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