Featured Speakers:

 Dan O'Neill
Dan O'Neill
General Manager, Group Lending Services
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
 Lisa Claes
Lisa Claes
Executive Director, Distribution
ING Direct
 Andrew Kiel
Andrew Kiel
Head of Lending Operations
CUA
 Michael Russell
Michael Russell
Chief Executive Officer
Mortgage Choice
Stuart Nielsen
Executive Manager, Mortgage Services
Suncorp
Melissa Reynolds
General Manager, Consumer Lending
National Australia Bank
Nathan McMullen
Head of Product and Digital
RAMS
Anthony Aboud
Chief Operating Officer
ME Bank
 Michael Allen
Michael Allen
General Manager, Strategic Programme Execution Service Operations, Enterprise Services
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Erik Fenna
Chief Information Officer
P&N Bank
Kym Bowles
Manager, Home Loans
Defence Bank
 Mario Rehayem
Mario Rehayem
Director of Sales & Distribution
Pepper Group
John Rolfe
General Manager, Retail
HomeStart Finance
 Michael Workman
Michael Workman
Senior Economist
Commonwealth Bank of Australia

THE FUTURE OF MORTGAGE LENDING

TENTH ANNUAL- Join us in 2015 to Celebrate, Debate and Learn

* ADVANCING YOUR CUSTOMER CENTRIC CULTURE * STREAMLINING AND AUTOMATING PROCESSES * LEVERAGING DATA TO UNDERSTAND AND RESPOND TO CUSTOMER NEEDS *HARNESSING DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR QUALITY, EFFICIENCY AND PROFITABILITY

With consumer confidence high and investors returning, the $1.3 trillion Australian mortgage market is experiencing a resurgence. Competition is intensifying as lenders pursue further market share. Mortgage providers focused upon the customer experience who can capitalise on operational efficiencies and harness consumer-centric lending are the best positioned to differentiate themselves and capture more of the growing home loan market.

Digital and data influx are also part of on-going change in the nature of home loan origination. Consumers are increasingly keen to engage lenders through digital dialogue via on-line channels. The industry is striving to keep pace, and find the right balance of streamlined origination without losing the service critical customer touch points.

Loan Origination Excellence 2015 brings together industry representatives in a unique way – a collaborative discussion space where the latest developments, innovative thinking and insight is shared. Australia's premiere mortgage event brings together leading finance professionals from across the home loan industry to discuss the issues that matter.

Are you Asking?

  • What does end-to-end processing and innovation mean for loan origination in 2015?
  • How is mortgage lending being enhanced with IT and operational advancements in 2015?
  • Is consumer data and analytics king? What role will disrupters play in the home loan market?
  • How to maximise efficiency, achieve cost reduction, compliance, data quality and turnaround capability?

Maximise Your Market Share:

  • REALISE business value via digital transformation
  • IDENTIFY new opportunities in product development
  • COMPETE creatively through online and mobile opportunities
  • Effectively SERVICE the digital dialogue to differentiate your organisation

What's New in 2015?

We are celebrating ten years as the most innovative and insightful platform for mortgage lenders to discuss the latest issues, developments and solutions. We are excited to assess how far we have come as an industry and discuss further opportunities for mortgage lending innovation.

Introducing the ORIGINATION IDEAS HUB
Adjacent to the conference room we have set aside a space for you to maximise your learning and networking. Connect with your peers in an informal meeting space, join discussions on best practice and pitfalls to avoid, get informed through LOS solution showcases and be inspired by the futurist ideas projection space.

With our perfect blend of interactive sessions and in-depth case studies, the answers, inspiration and strategies you need are all at Loan Origination Excellence 2015.

Feedback from our 2014 event included:

"Attendance was extremely valuable"Danielle Ryan, Senior Manager, Commercial Lending Origination, Bank of Queensland
"Great Conference - relevant speakers & topics"Peter Masson, Products, Newcastle Permanent Building Society Ltd
"The conference provides the ability to share experiences best practices and the pitfalls to watch out for."John Schneider, Loans Processing Manager, Heritage Bank
"Thought provoking and very good sessions. Worth while attending."John Rolfe, General Manager- Retail, HomeStart Finance

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