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Insurance

SME Finance Group under a joint venture have formed an Insurance broking company to serve the needs of existing SME customers and the broader market.

The goal of this business is to offer a broad range of Insurance services that every SME business needs.  Client profiles include:

  1. Clients we protect are those clients who value:
  • •Correct assessment of their business risks
  • •Good and open communication
  • •Good business relationships
  • •Good claims management/service
  1. Clients who want to be protected from:
  • •Spending too much on your insurance or,
  • •Have the wrong insurance policies! or,
  • •Have inadequate insurance protection.
  1. We are specialist insurance brokers for:
  • •Business – with Turnover from $2 million to $50 million
  • •High Net Worth Individuals– with Assets of more than $3 million

SME Blog & News

Seismic shift: two major banks hike fixed interest rates

Are the days of ultra-low fixed interest rates over? It’s looking increasingly so, with two major banks increasing their fixed rates this week. So if you’ve been thinking about fixing your mortgage lately, it could be time to consider... More...

Are you relying on a personal credit card for business expenses?

We’ve all been guilty of the odd credit card mix-up from time to time – it happens! But if you’re consistently relying on a personal credit card to pay your business expenses – like 4-in-10 SME owners – then it’s probably... More...

How 1-in-10 first home buyers cracked the market 4 years sooner

Almost 33,000 Australians bought their first home four years sooner thanks to two federal government schemes that give first home buyers a leg up into the property market. Could you, or someone you know, be eligible? We love a feel-good... More...

Bar raised for borrowers: tougher home loan serviceability tests

Some borrowers will soon find it harder to get a mortgage after the banking regulator announced tougher serviceability tests for home loans. So who will they impact most? The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) will... More...

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