Diploma of Financial Services (Finance/Mortgage Broking Management)
Matthew joined the Hudson Institute in 2007 after spending the previous 10 years in the banking and finance sector. The first seven of these years were spent working for the Bank of Qld in a variety of roles from Branch Supervisor to Assistant Manager, before eventually moving into the field of mortgage broking. It was the opportunity to be able to get access to a wider array of products, interest rates and credit policies for clients that was the driving force behind his move into this field.
Since then Matthew has written in excess of $350m in lending with over 20 different lending institutions and has spread his expertise across a wide range of lending, including residential lending specialising in off the plan purchases, home upgrades, construction, and borrowing for share investment. In addition business/commercial lending, leasing, debtor financing and reverse mortgages make up Matthew's areas of expertise.
Matthew loves the opportunity to deal with such a diverse range of clients from all over Australia and the multitude of scenarios that he is presented with here at The Hudson Institute. He has been part of the Mortgage Professionals Association of Australia (MPA) Top 100 list for the last two years and a finalist in the Loan Writer of the Year over the same period within the Australian Finance Group.
To learn more about Matt please visit his LinkedIn profile
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