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    MPA’s tenth annual Young Guns list is first and foremost about recognising Australia’s best brokers at the start of their careers – those who are setting a fine example for other newcomers and prospective entrants to the industry.

    Submit a nomination here.

    To be eligible, brokers must be aged under 35 as of 31 December 2020, have worked as an accredited broker for no more than two years and have written at least $15m in loans in the past 12 months. As this list is about showcasing fresh talent, brokers who have previously been selected for the Young Guns list cannot enter again.

    The entry process is simple and completely free of charge – brokers need to complete a short online form either for themselves or on behalf of a colleague.

    Winners will be profiled in the Young Guns 2021 report for the January issue of MPA magazine, and online. They will also gain access to exclusive promotional opportunities the showcase their achievement and boost their industry profile.

    Access the online nomination form here.

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