The MFAA recognises the importance of developing improved strategies to attract and retain brokers to support industry growth, in both volumes, market share and member quality.

To achieve this, the MFAA has identified that the industry's young professionals, members 35 years of age and under, are an important segment vital to achieving this, and therefore, it will be imperative to have access to improved data on young professionals (YP) as well as garner a better understanding of the existing YP challenges and barriers to success within our industry.

For this reason, the MFAA undertakes regular research, and runs regular panels, to determine what motivates young professionals to join the industry, and their challenges, aspirations and outlooks, compared with those of established brokers.

Whitepapers and reports 

From the 2020 YP forum, the MFAA has produced a whitepaper highlighting some of the main issues faced, the silver linings COVID-19 has brought to the forefront and the positive outlook of the finance broking industry’s younger cohort.

Download whitepaper: Navigating COVID-19: Issues facing finance broking professionals 

Past reports : MFAA Young Professionals Report 2017/18 - a guide to help enable the industry to develop programs to better recruit younger brokers, and also to help form strategies to maintain and retain them.

The MFAA Young Professionals panel

Michael Arbon
South Australia

Natalie Baljak
Australian Healthcare Advisors
New South Wales

Bernadette Christie-David
Atelier Wealth
New South Wales

Kirsten Howe
Astute Ability Finance Group
New South Wales

Tommy Lim
SF Capital
New South Wales

Jordan Morieson
inovayt Finance

Bianca Patterson
Calculated Lending
Western Australia

Iva Rasic
Borrow Right
New South Wales

Dylan Salotti
Divitis Finance & Mortgage Broking
New South Wales

Donald Tang
Credit Dynamic
New South Wales

Justin Vella
BCP Finance

Sophia Wu Home Loans (Upper Mount Gravatt)

Joel Wyld
New South Wales

Belinda King

Sarah King
Empowered Wealth