Coronis Mortgage & Finance named one of Australia’s best brokerages

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Coronis Mortgage and Finance has been named as one of the top brokerages in Australia, and the highest ranked Queensland brokerage, after securing a place in The Adviser’s Top 25 Brokerages ranking 2019.

The final ranking is determined by scores in six key areas: total book size, total loans settled in 2018, total volume of loans settled in 2018, book size versus years in business, total broker numbers and average broker volumes for 2018.

These six scores were then combined to give a final overall score. The lower the score, the better the ranking.

Financial Services Director Tyson James said he was thrilled that Coronis had been recognised as one of the country’s top mortgage brokerages for 2019.

“2018 was a significant year for our business and 2019 is shaping up to be just as prominent, especially as we celebrate our fifth year since opening the doors,” Mr James said.

“Our team has now expanded to 18 brokers who collectively, helped more than 1000 clients throughout 2018 and settled more than half a billion dollars of loans.

“I couldn’t be prouder of the whole team and the effort they put in day-in, day-out to find solutions for our clients.”

Annie Kane, editor of The Adviser, said each year, The Adviser’s Top 25 Brokerages ranking celebrates the success of Australia’s top brokerages.

“While the major brokerage brands have topped the list once again, we are increasingly seeing non-franchise brokerages compete with the major powerhouses. Brokerages from across the country made the ranking but there was a particular concentration of brokerages from Victoria this year.

“We know that brokers are working hard to deliver competition and choice, and on behalf of The Adviser, I’d like to congratulate Coronis Mortgage & Finance on their achievement, and all of the brokerages who made it into the ranking this year.”

 

 

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