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MFAA Prosper : Mortgage and Finance Brief 09
From left: Chris Slater, AFG; Cressida Ward, Connective; Bill Knighton, CBA From left: Claire Edwards, Smartline; Louise Feenan, Advantedge; and Donna Beazley, Professional Finance Mortgage Brokers From left: Chris Slater, AFG; Troy Phillips, First Point; Steve Weston, Advantedge; and James Symond, Aussie From left: Tim Lemon, Adelaide Bank; and Steve Barnes, Australian Finance Group From left: Max Schuster, Westpac; David Taylor, Deposit Power; and Donovan Blanch, Adelaide Bank From left: Pauline Ochudzawa, Top Home Loans; John Ruddick, JR Home Loans; Andrew Barrett, Century 21 Home Loans; David Ewens, Bankwest From left: Ron Phelps, Commonwealth Bank of Australia; Earl Sommerlad, Home Loan Express Newcastle; Michelle Lee, Equitiplus; and Damien Muir, Commonwealth Bank of Australia From left: Robbie De Bari, Choice Aggregation Services; Sam Zammit, PLAN Australia; Stefania Riotto, Advantedge Financial Service; Glenn Williams, Choice Aggregation Services; and Anne Hughes, PLAN Services Doltone House in Pyrmont, NSW, was the setting for a lunchtime debate on broker fees recently. 170 brokers and industry personnel were present to hear an impassioned debate involving Chris Slater, Troy Phillips, Steve Weston and James Symond; facilitated by Michael Pascoe. The NSW PD Day at the Sebel in Newcastle featured talks by MFAA CEO Phil Naylor, who asked ‘Where The Industry Is Heading’, Tony Wilson, who spoke on Re-wiring performance, and Steve Keen, who discussed Australian house prices. Mor tgage & Finance brief | 51 Events
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