UniBank enters broker market for the first time Talk to us Phone us Email us Breadcrumbs Teachers Mutual Bank About us Media releases 2016 UniBank enters broker market for the first time 16 August 2016 16 August 2016 UniBank enters broker market for the first time Teachers Mutual Bank Limited will broaden its third-party distribution footprint by launching its UniBank brand into the market following the successful entry of Teachers Mutual Bank in 2013. UniBank for the first time has opened its mortgage range to brokers across Australia to provide greater access to lending solutions for customers in the tertiary education sector and brokers will have access to over 4 million graduates Australia wide and their families. “The decision to enter a second division into the market was fairly easy given the strong home loan growth we’ve experienced in the last two years for Teachers Mutual Bank. In the past financial year alone we’ve had a 33 per cent increase in home loan settlements, and we anticipate a similar trend with UniBank,” said Mark Middleton, National Manager Third Party Distribution at Teachers Mutual Bank. “The move will also mean brokers will have the opportunity to significantly expand their potential customer-base and be able to provide them with tailored products unique in the financial sector, including our 100 percent mortgage offsets on fixed and variable products.” The mutual bank partners with 12 aggregators and over 2,000 accredited brokers across Australia, with National Mortgage Brokers (nMB) and Australian Finance Group (AFG) the most recent additions. Mr Middleton said the mutual bank has plans to continue to increase its broker reach via its existing aggregator panel over the next few years. “To support our intended broker network growth over the coming years we will invest in further resources and systems. Last year alone we increased our number of Business Development Managers and introduced the NextGen.Net ApplyOnline service,” said Mr Middleton. This year the mutual bank was recognised for its high level of member satisfaction receiving the Roy Morgan Bank of the Year and Mozo People’s Choice Award. Mr Middleton said based on current reporting he is delighted that their brokers are aligning so well with the bank’s service values. “We’re also pleased with the service members are receiving from our brokers. As a member-owned bank we have a strong culture of great service and as a result we experience high rates of member satisfaction year-on-year,” said Mr Middleton. UniBank offers a range of retail banking products to graduates from Australian universities along with employees in the tertiary education sector and families across Australia. They merged with Teachers Mutual Bank Limited in August 2015. For more information about UniBank please visit www.unibank.com.au Media enquires: please contact Jessica Hodges, PR & Corporate Affairs Specialist, on 02 9735 9425 or 0467 800 414 or email@example.com Back to top.