Pepper Money announces national roadshow

Following the success of last year’s roadshows, Pepper Money has announced the dates of the 2016 Insights Roadshow series for brokers, running throughout May and June.

The roadshow will be held in Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, and will arm brokers with insights and opportunities presented by the non-conforming lending market.

Building on 18 months of extensive research by Pepper Money, VEDA, Dun & Bradstreet and Fifth Dimension, the roadshow will supply business owners and brokers with the tools they need to better understand and service borrowers in their local area, enabling them to drive more value through the door.

Pepper Money’s director of sales and distribution, Mario Rehayem, said the roadshow will focus on improving business leads and conversions.

“In today’s changing lending landscape, it’s vital for brokers to be prepared and able to capitalise on every opportunity that exists in the market. Our research this year has been localised, giving brokers a deeper understanding of the non-conforming lending sector, drilling down into underserviced segments of their local community.

“We’ve got a great line-up of presentations that will help all businesses improve their services and offering for Australian borrowers,” he said.

The program will include a presentation from Mr Rehayem, who will reveal new research into the non-conforming lending market and detailed borrower profiles.

Dan Collins, a silver medal Olympian, will speak about creating a high performance culture in business while Dun & Bradstreet will deliver information about comprehensive credit scoring, what it means for brokers and how it can be used to increase conversion.

Event details:

Adelaide: Convention Centre, Tuesday 31 May, 8.30am-11.30am
Perth: Crown Complex - Wednesday 1 June, 8.30am-11.30am
Brisbane: Moda Events - Wednesday 8 June, 9.30am-12.30pm
Melbourne: Leonda by the Yarra, Friday 10 June, 8.30am-11.30am
Sydney: Waterview Bicentennial Park, Friday 17 June, 8.30am-11.30am

Click here to register now. 

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