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Kym Dalton

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Kym is a pioneer in Australia and New Zealand's mortgage markets, with over 35 years’ experience. He is best known for pioneering Australasia's RMBS markets and supporting the growth of the mortgage management sector. In later years his focus has been on reforming responsible lending principles and practices with particular emphasis on financial literacy education. Kym is frequently called upon to act as an expert witness and to support litigation matters generally and is regularly featured in the media commenting on the future of the mortgage industry.

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The growth of Australian mortgage broking

The evolution of the mortgage broking industry from the rough and ready era of the early 1980s to the profession that it...READ MORE
Kym Dalton

The state of the States’ mortgage market

The annual convention of the American Mortgage Bankers Association was recently held in San Diego, California, and I too...READ MORE
Kym Dalton

What is financial literacy really about?

There’s a general call for increased financial literacy education for consumers. But have we ever stopped to ask ourse...READ MORE

Rethinking financial literacy

Here are a couple of quotes from a recent housing think tank that I attended in the US: READ MORE
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Mortgage news from the US

I’ve recently returned from the USA, where I attended two conferences – one a highbrow housing finance ‘think tank...READ MORE

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