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In Focus: Why client needs have shifted to favour the non-banks

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

In this episode of In Focus, Lucky Money CEO Louis Velasquez and Bluestone NSW BDM Jerome Porcia join host Annie Kane to discuss the changes that we have seen in the past 12 months within the lending sector.

Having both begun their careers working with the major banks, they will share how the non-bank sector is rising once again and the benefits that it opens up to the consumer.

In this episode, tune in to find out:

  • How Bluestone will help your deal to be processed as fast as possible
  • Their thoughts on the future of the lending environment
  • How Bluestone is set to shake up the industry in 2019

And plenty more!

Articles of interest:

Non-bank capitalises on major bank retreat
In Focus: A new player in near-prime
Major brokerage adds new lender to its panel

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