Zac Peteh named state finalist at MFAA’s Excellence Awards

Media Release

The Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) has announced Zac Peteh as a finalist in the NSW Regional Finance Broker category at the annual MFAA Excellence Awards.

The MFAA Excellence Awards are the most rigorous in the Australian mortgage and finance industry and are judged by an independent panel of business professionals and experts.

“I’m honoured to have been recognised by my industry peers and to have been selected from all the entrants across the country and named as a finalist for this Award,” said Zac Peteh of Mint Equity.

At a time where scrutiny and changes in the finance industry have never been higher or more frequent, it’s very humbling to see Zac recognised as a leader in our field.
— Leigh Peteh, Director - Mint Equity

The last year has been full of industry change and increasing challenges for the finance broking market, but Mint Equity has been delivering better consumer outcomes than ever due to their commitment to their customers and expertise in the lending market.

 Zac Peteh, Director of Mint Equity named state finalist at MFAA’s Excellence Awards

Zac Peteh, Director of Mint Equity named state finalist at MFAA’s Excellence Awards

“At Mint Equity, we take an honest and proactive approach to assisting our clients with their financial needs, which we believe has enabled us to grow and prosper during a time of increasing prudential change,” said Zac.

Director Leigh Peteh said regulation and lender changes have reinforced the need for mortgage brokers, “At a time where scrutiny and changes in the finance industry have never been higher or more frequent, it’s very humbling to be recognised as a leader in our field. 53% of mortgages in Australia are arranged by mortgage brokers rather than direct to lender channels, showing consumers see clear value in broker services.

Zac is tireless when it comes to his clients. His determination is unstoppable when it comes to fighting for his clients’ needs to ensure they receive a fair go when it comes to the banks credit departments.”

The MFAA has acknowledged Zac Peteh as a state finalist out of more than 650 total national awards submissions which have been judged and rewarded for consistently demonstrating their professionalism, integrity, ethical conduct and innovation.

To be recognised as a finalist speaks volumes of their exceptional practice and professionalism in the mortgage and finance industry.

All finalists have an opportunity to be recognised as their state’s winner. State winners will then have the opportunity to win the prestigious national title at the national awards ceremony, which will be held on 26 July in Melbourne.