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Mutual bank joins SFG panel

by Hannah Dowling4 minute read

Specialist Finance Group has announced the addition of MOVE Bank to its lender panel, giving SFG brokers access to the mutual bank’s home and investment loan products.

Specialist Finance Group (SFG) has announced the addition of customer-owned MOVE Bank (previously Railways Credit Union) to its lender panel.

Commenting on the new partnership, SFG’s aggregation manager, Blake Buchanan, welcomed MOVE Bank to the aggregator’s panel, stating it had some “fantastic products available” as well as “a great application process”.

“When choosing who to partner with as a panel lender, we look at many areas, including policies, support, process, compliance and pricing,” Mr Buchanan said.

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“We also have to establish consumer and broker demand, which was well met, and we look forward to a wonderful relationship with MOVE Bank in 2020 and beyond.”

MOVE Bank CEO Therese Turner also welcomed the new partnership and the opportunity it presents to improve outcomes for brokers and customers.

“As a customer-owned bank, we are 100 per cent focused on ensuring that our customers’ best interests are at the heart of everything we do,” Ms Turner said.

“We value the important role brokers play in assisting Australians to find the right solutions, that’s why we have partnered with SFG,” she said.

[Related: Suncorp CEO eager to ‘win back support’ from brokers]

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Hannah Dowling is a journalist for The Adviser and Mortgage Business.

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