Office address: Level 28, 225 George Street Sydney NSW 2000 
Year established: 1992 
Company type: financial services 
Employees: 1,000+ 
Expertise: mortgage broking, home loans, personal loans, credit cards, insurance 
Parent company: Lendi Group 
CEO and key people: David Hyman, CEO 
Financing status: corporate-backed or acquired 

Aussie is the biggest broking brand in Australia. After entering the mortgage scene in 1992 to “revolutionise the Australian mortgage market forever,” Aussie now works with over 1,000 brokers across 225 branches. For 30 years, Aussie has carved a niche for itself by offering mortgage broking services that cater to the diverse needs of its clientele.  

History of Aussie 

Aussie was established in 1992 by John Symond and his nephew James. Together, they started a journey with a mission to transform the Australian mortgage market.  

In 2021, Aussie merged with mortgage fintech Lendi to form the Lendi Group. It’s a union that industry experts described as “a very powerful combo.” 

Over the years, Aussie has been at the forefront of providing Australians access to over 20 of the country’s leading lenders and over 3,000 loan products. To date, the company has helped 1.5 million Australians buy their dream home.  

Products and Services of Aussie 

Aussie's product suite is designed to cater to a wide array of financial needs, ensuring there's something for everyone. Here are some of their primary mortgage products: 

  • first home buyer loans: tailored to help new entrants in the property market, offering guidance and support through the entire home-buying process 
  • refinance loans: solutions for those looking to refinance their existing mortgages to secure better rates or terms 
  • investment property loans: specialized loans for property investors, designed to maximize returns on investment properties 
  • Aussie Select Home Loans: a range of flexible home loan products directly from Aussie, featuring competitive rates and benefits 
  • insurance products: a variety of insurance options, including home insurance, landlord insurance, content insurance for renters, and vehicle insurance 

Culture at Aussie 

The culture at Aussie can be summed up in one phrase: “Aussie is here to help.” It offers a wide range of options to its clients and unparalleled support for its network of brokers. Aussie invests in marketing campaigns, training programs, and top industry tech for its brokers. They’ll even help newbies with their Certificate IV in Mortgage Broking to get them started.  

This culture of support has been instrumental in Aussie's sustained growth and success. 

About Aussie CEO David Hyman 

David Hyman has been the CEO of Aussie since May 2021, bringing a wealth of experience and a visionary leadership style to the company. Under his stewardship, Aussie continues to thrive as part of the Lendi Group. 

Hyman's background as a co-founder and CEO of Lendi, where he leveraged technology to streamline the home loan process, plays a pivotal role in driving Aussie's continued growth in the mortgage industry. 

The Future at Aussie  

Aussie's journey from a pioneering mortgage broker to a comprehensive financial services provider reflects its commitment to excellence, innovation, and customer service. As the company looks to the future, its dedication to helping Australians achieve their property dreams remains unwavering, promising a bright and dynamic path ahead. 

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