Finalist in the ‘Boutique Aggregator of the Year’ Award

We are excited to announce that Platform Finance has been announced as a finalist in the Australian Broking Awards for “Boutique Aggregator of the Year”.

A huge thank you to our amazing employees who are the backbone of our business. Without your dedication, we couldn’t offer the streamlined, professional service that we do.

We are extremely lucky to have a team that is committed to providing specialised asset finance services and systems to our brokers. We offer one of Australia’s most extensive asset finance, personal loan and SME lender panels, and our broker support program is second to none.

The Australian Broking Awards is the leading industry awards program focusing exclusively on noteworthy brokers, brokerages and aggregation groups operating in the Australian mortgage and asset finance space.

Created to provide a platform that recognises and rewards professionals who go above and beyond to deliver a high-calibre service to borrowers, the Australian Broking Awards celebrate those who display key leadership qualities.

The winners of each award category will be announced at a ceremony hosted by The Adviser Magazine in August 2021.

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