Broker Roadshow 2018 Recap

Written By Hayden Schrapel

20 July 2018

From the 10th to the 12th of July, Heartland’s distribution team hit the road to host our Broker Roadshow; visiting Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. The response at all three legs of the tour was fantastic, with accredited and unaccredited brokers in attendance. We had the chance to not only give further insight into the reverse mortgage market, but to discuss opportunities for brokers to broaden, diversify and grow their businesses.

We heard great stories of how our Reverse Mortgage product has helped countless customers, heard feedback about broker success with the product, and enjoyed a bite to eat afterwards. For those in attendance, we hope you enjoyed the Roadshow as much as we did and for those who couldn’t make it, we have made the presentations available to download here

Some highlights from the Roadshow included:

Gareth Aird: Senior Economist at CBA. Gareth took us through an economic forecast, touching on the US economy, and closer to home – employment rates, interest rates, and the property market trends such as a flattening of the Melbourne and Sydney markets.

Andrew Ford: CEO of Heartland Seniors Finance, Andrew gave us some market insights about the Reverse Mortgage market in Australia, how much it is growing, and how committed Heartland is to helping seniors live a better retirement.

Craig McInnes: Heartland’s Head of Distribution, Craig closed the presentation with a further look into how Heartland’s award winning and market leading product works, and how you can add it to your current product offering.

That’s a wrap! With the Broker Roadshow coming to an end, we’re currently reviewing all the feedback and insights our attendees provided, and will use that to further improve our product offering and processes. We hope to see you all at the next one!

If you would like any further information about the slides, or would like to learn how to become accredited with Heartland, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 1300 662 865 or at [email protected].

 

Information provided is accurate as at 20 July 2018 and may change from time to time.

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