Argentum was acquired by Mortgage Architects in 2013. Visit the Mortgage Architects profile page for more information. 

Building success from the ground up

This entrepreneur explains how his company became a major industry player, and shares his thoughts on how to navigate the new OSFI regulations.

Which broker lender will feel the CMHC pinch?

Brokers are already positing their own theories on which lenders will be hardest hit by CMHC’s move to cap access to government guarantees for securitized mortgages.

Bigger broker networks can compete with the big banks

One broker is hoping that the larger networks forming in the channel will speak loudly and carry a bigger stick – especially to level the playing field against the five big banks.

Mortgage pie keeps getting smaller: brokers

The announcement Mortgage Architects has now acquired Argentum is strong indication the mortgage pie is getting smaller, and more mergers and acquisitions are on the horizon, say brokers.

Size matters in brokering - Swift

Stay tuned, brokers, says Pacific Mortgage Group CEO Ron Swift on the heels of the Argentum acquisition, network consolidation will undoubtedly continue as companies struggle to achieve scale.

BREAKING NEWS: Mortgage Architects acquires Argentum has just learned that Mortgage Architects has acquired Argentum Mortgage and Finance.

First comes baby, then the CMP Top 75

Skye McLean of Argentum Atlantic HS did – and she’s eager to be a Top 75 broker once again this year – even if she slips a little in the rankings.

Top 75 brokers share their recipe for success

Implementing the best business strategies may seem obvious, but many brokers fail to take advantage of what works while discarding what doesn’t.

CMP releases complete list of nominees

CMP magazine is sharing all of candidates for the upcoming Canadian Mortgage Awards, the most exhaustive and representative list in the awards’ celebrated history.

Going exclusive

Mortgage professionals say they’ve had enough of clients going to the bank, with broker commitment letters in hand. As Vernon Clement Jones finds out, a growing number are thinking exclusivity agreements will stop them in their tracks