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Australia’s leading mortgage broker, Aussie Home Loans, will celebrate its record 2014-2015 financial year with its biennial sales conference titled “BE”, which has more than 500 Aussie Mortgage Brokers attending.

The total attendance at the sold-out conference is expected to number more than 700 people who will listen to a range of expert and inspiring speakers, including Aussie’s Founder and Executive Chairman, John Symond AM, CEO of Westpac Brian Hartzer, real estate guru John McGrath and the world’s top mortgage broker trainer, Todd Duncan.

A range of high profile media and business personalities will also be starring, including financial commentator Ross Greenwood and former Test cricketer, Adam Gilchrist who is sponsored by Suncorp. More than 100 representatives of 25 lenders and industry partners will ‘BE’ there.

The conference is being held from August 9 to 12 at the Crown Conference Centre in Melbourne. An elite cultural and learning event, along with motivational speeches from some of Australia’s most influential leaders, BE will include a wide range of broker engagement and educational ‘BE Lab’ sessions run by leading practicing brokers and subject matter experts on local area marketing, customer excellence, business strategy, digital and more.

Chief Executive Officer of Aussie, Mr James Symond, said “Our 2013 conference had over 350 brokers and we received outstanding feedback, with 99 per cent of survey respondents stating that the conference was valuable to their business.

“With over 40 per cent more brokers attending this year, it’s set to be a real game changer for our brokers’ businesses; and that’s the aim of the game. The conference comes at a time when Aussie has just posted a record $16.8 billion in home loan settlements last financial year, and we will build on this success over the three-day conference to set all our brokers up for an even better FY16,” he concluded.

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