MPA Young Guns 2020

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  • Non-bank lender continues rise to prominence

    Australian non-bank lender Brighten experiencing rapid growth through innovative practice.

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    Forging a career as a broker can be an exceptional challenge at the best of times, however, for those joining in recent years – they have been tasked with accruing business in what has been a volatile and uncertain period for the industry.

    Despite such hurdles, the following 25 brokers who have made the Mortgage Professional Australia Young Guns 2020 list have had enormous success navigating their way through a forever-changing profession (in alphabetical order):

    Brian Lowe
    Chris Brayne
    David Wang
    Dylan Beer
    Gabriel Aprahamian
    Grace Gardner
    Hope Batchelor
    Jared Connors
    Jessica McLean
    Joa Martinez
    Jonathan De Sensi
    Josh Bailey
    Joshua Trevitt
    Katie Dowton
    Lachlan Mirams
    Lauren Hall
    Lauren Shuttleworth
    Loui Daoud
    Matthew Irwin
    Nicola Tucker
    Rebecca Mansfield
    Robert Borgia
    Wenjia Wang
    Wing Kei Ho
    Youeil Shol

    Each broker on this year’s Young Guns list began applying their trade in 2018, and in that time has managed to accomplish an impressive average total settlements figure to the tune of $40,299,945.

    The criteria for selecting the MPA Young Guns is a stringent one, with entrants required to be aged 35 and under; have written more than $15 million in loans over the previous 12 months; have worked as an accredited broker for no more than two years; and have never previously been named as an MPA Young Gun.

    In addition, MPA look at peer recommendations in conjunction with the broker’s own submissions to help make a determination as to whether they’re eligible for the sought-after list.

    MPA would like to thank all the brokers who sent submissions, and the aggregators and franchises who supported them.
    In particular, MPA would also like to thank ING for showing their support through sponsorship for yet another year.

    For those wanting to learn more about the adroit mortgage professionals who are set to take the broking industry to new heights, you can find the Mortgage Professional Australia Young Guns 2020 list in the January edition of the MPA magazine and full online report here.

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