New Vownet Feature - Commission Groups

In order to simplify the addition of commission groups as required for Credit Proposal disclosure, we have now added several generic options:

  • Generic Enterprise
  • Generic Group
  • Generic Branch
  • Generic User
  • Generic Referrer/Partner 1
  • Generic Referrer/Partner 2
  • Generic Referrer/Partner 3

This means that a smaller number of commission groups can be created to fit the needs of all groups, branches and brokers.

Detailed instructions and examples are here.

Example set up:

Referrer/partner set up:

Example results:

Which non-bank has the best products?

The Adviser Broker Product of Choice gives brokers the opportunity to choose which of the non-bank lenders provide the best products across various market segments. Great products are the key to success for many Australian businesses; non-bank lenders are no exception.

Below are six categories where you - the brokers can apply your professional knowledge of the product landscape to nominate the best lenders in each category.

Responses are anonymous and will be aggregated to produce the results to be published in The Adviser Magazine.

Estimated time to complete this questionnaire is 3 mins.

To start the questionnaire simply click here

Thank you for your participation.

MFAA Opportunities for Women Stage 1 Report

The MFAA has demonstrated its ongoing commitment to the finance broking industry with the launch of the inaugural Opportunities for Women Report.

The report takes a data-driven approach to understand trends, such as female participation, that may influence the sustainability of our industry.

It explores the reasons why women remain under-represented in the mortgage and finance industry and looks at the strategies needed to help increase female representation and create a more diverse and inclusive industry overall.

Take the time to download the report and read it at your convenience.

Adelaide Bank launches mobile banking app

Adelaide Bank has launched their mobile banking app, providing an added level of convenience for their customers.

The app is a safe, secure and efficient way for customers to view and manage accounts using their mobile phone or tablet.

Login is via a four-digit pin, Touch ID or Face ID and key features include the ability to:

  • Check balances, view statements and transfer money
  • Pay bills and view transaction history
  • Access statements on the move
  • View account balances without logging in.

The Adelaide Bank app can be downloaded from Google Play for Android devices or the App Store for Apple devices.

They will shortly advise brokers of the availability of the app via email and an update to the Adelaide Bank Broker website.