Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking Management
The Institute of Public Accountants is committed to providing quality education pathways. Pathways that allow our associates and members to better serve the thousands of small businesses they work with every day across the country. And with thousands of different borrowing options, platforms, and lenders out there – not to mention changing rules around mortgage lending – there’s never been a greater need for quality finance broking services.
Accountants looking to step up and provide professional service and advice around lending may be considering the Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking Management. The Institute of Public Accountants is pleased to recommend Monarch Institute as our training provider of choice for this qualification. Monarch Institute offers 100% online courses, with no compulsory class times or on-campus attendance. There are no exams – just short, manageable assessments that are designed to reflect real-world finance broking challenges. And unlike some online providers, Monarch Institute students have flexible access to expert trainers: phone, email, Facebook, Zoom, and more.
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What’s included in the Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking Management?
This nationally recognised qualification is made up of 15 units of competency. Monarch Institute takes a holistic approach to teaching. This means the units are grouped in to four modules, to ensure you’re learning about (and applying) related ideas and concepts at the same time. The modules and units you’ll cover in the Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking are:
Module 1 - Mortgage Broking Industry Knowledge
- Comply with financial services legislation and industry codes of practice (FNSFMK505)
- Develop and maintain in-depth knowledge of products and services used by an organisation or sector (FNSINC402)
- Identify client needs for broking services (FNSFMB402)
Module 2 - Mortgage Lending – Product & Process
- Identify Risk and Apply Risk Management Processes (BSBRSK401)
- Prepare loan application on behalf of finance or mortgage broking clients (FNSFMB401)
- Present broking options to clients (FNSFMB403)
- Settle applications and loan arrangements in the finance and mortgage broking industry (FNSFMB501)
Module 3 - Mortgage Broking Business Skills
- Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry (FNSINC401)
- Develop and nurture relationships with clients, other professionals and third party referrers (FNSCUS501)
- Promote compliance with legislation (BSBCOM405)
Module 4 - Mortgage Broking – Complex Transactions
- Assess risks (FNSRSK502)
- Identify and develop broking options for clients with complex needs (FNSFMB502)
- Implement complex loan structures (FNSFMB504)
- Present broking options to client with complex needs (FNSFMB503)
- Undertake risk identification (FNSRSK501)
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With no enrolment deadlines or term dates, there’s nothing holding you back from taking the next big step in your career. Call 1300 738 955 now to speak to a Monarch Institute course consultant about your study needs and preferences.