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How the future of broking could change in 2019

Todd Stevens 2 minute read

In this special episode, recorded live at The Adviser's Asia Study Tour in Hong Kong, host Annie Kane is joined by the group CEO and founder of Malabar AI who shares why he believes that the royal commission has further blurred the lines between broker and mortgage adviser, and what the impact of that could be.

You will also find out:

-          The positive impact that the royal commission could have on the financial advice sector
-          How Malabar is helping brokers to more accurately match their clients with loans
-          Why there has been so much focus on borrower expenses

And plenty more!



Articles of interest:

Brokers will need to become ‘mortgage advisers’: Fintech head
Human oversight needed over data analytics
No tech substitute for the ‘human touch’

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