Editor's Letter: When women talk, change happens
We are thrilled to present MPA's inaugural Women in Broking issue
"In my experience, brokers don't tend to stay in touch with former customers"
And if you’re not doing that, then someone else will, writes Simone Poulter
How does a client rack up $250,000 in personal debt?
When creditors fail to conduct the proper checks and don't consider their clients' best interests, the outcome can be devastating
How CCR can help brokers verify and assess borrower expenses
CCR enables brokers to see active lines of credit, credit limits, and how well a customer has been managing their debt
Is churn a dirty word?
As the government contemplates regulatory reform for the industry, Suncorp's Mark Vilo analyses the issue of churn
How brokers can harness the power of CCR
This wealth of new data brings opportunities and security to brokers and their clients, writes Equifax Australia MD
Editor's Letter: Pace of change accelerating
It's been a whirlwind of a month with commission changes, rate rises and much speculation swirling
Chris Thomas: Fuelling small business growth
Securing finance to grow a successful business can be a challenge, but there are options, writes NAB's GM of commercial broker
Daniel Carde: Rising above the naysayers
Brokers who face industry challenges and changes head-on will be the ones most likely to survive and thrive
Editor's Letter: An uprising of brokers
Brokers aren't leaving it up to their associations and aggregators any more-- they're taking a stand