Credit and Mortgage Broking CPD for Representatives

With Treasury and ASIC working fast to revise responsible lending and introduce a best interests duty, credit providers will need to keep up with the accelerating pace of change or risk being left behind.

Released annually, our Representatives program includes essential regulatory updates, emerging technology & trends.  Our program comprises five topics – four core topics and a specialist topic aligned with your area of operation either mortgage broking, leasing or personal loans.

Each topic showcases learning and tools you can use to get your organisation creating positive customer experiences that are inherently compliant and inspire you to do what you already do well even better.

Credit licensees must comply with the responsible lending conduct obligations of the National Consumer Credit Protection (NCCP) Act 2009.

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Select from the following options

Leasing CPD for RepresentativesLeasing

  • General obligations of ACL holders refresher
  • Credit regulation refresher and the impact of the Royal Commission
  • Facilitating the new era in credit
  • Leasing in Practice
  • Recent ASIC cases and policy highlights

20 CPD hours/points

Reps Mortgage Broking courseMortgage broking

  • General obligations of ACL holders refresher
  • Credit regulation refresher and the impact of the Royal Commission
  • Facilitating the new era in credit
  • Funding property settlements including bridging finance
  • Recent ASIC cases and policy highlights

20 CPD hours/points

Reps Personal LoansPersonal Loans

  • General obligations of ACL holders refresher
  • Credit regulation refresher and the impact of the Royal Commission
  • Facilitating the new era in credit
  • SACCs, MACCs and alternate personal finance solutions
  • Recent ASIC cases and policy highlights

20 CPD hours/points

Accreditation

Our CPD meets the requirements that industry associations, Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) and the Finance Brokers Association of Australia (FBAA), have specified for their members.