ALI Group celebrates 15 years of protecting Australian home and property buyers with our South Australian brokers
ALI Group celebrated its second major 15th-anniversary event with a cocktail function at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide on Thursday, October 12. The events were a chance to celebrate the achievements of ALI Group in being the leading provider of Loan and Mortgage Protection and recognise SA brokers leading the way in customer care.
The company was founded in 2003 and has since partnered with major aggregators including Aussie Home Loans, Loan Market, Mortgage Choice, Connective and Plan Australia to name a few, allowing them to develop a network of 4,500 mortgage brokers Australia-wide. Through these authorised brokers, this year ALI Group will reach over 200,000 Australian home buyers from financial hardship, paying out over $100 million to claimants in their time of need.
The event was opened by Senior Business Development Manager Fiona Gray. CEO, Huy Truong gave a recount of the beginnings of ALI Group before outlining some of the company’s achievements, challenges and challenges during its 15 years in the market.
As the event occurred during the Breast Cancer Awareness month, it was fitting to welcome a guest speaker to the event from the Live in the Now Foundation. Kerry Reinhold from Live in the Now Foundation spoke about the true costs associated with breast cancer treatment, reinforcing that consumers should be prepared for the unexpected – and the role brokers can play in this.
Truong also took an opportunity to congratulate some of the state’s high-achieving brokers. In South Australia, star broker Leah Busby was recognized for protecting over 500 customers with ALI’s Loan Protection Plan (LPP), followed by Belinda Sugars, Gary Page, Grant Hocknell and Scott Bament with over 250 customers protected with LPP. Throughout ALI’s 15-year events, it has been wonderful to see the support shine through from its authorised representatives, as they’re the key in achieving ALI’s mission in protecting Australian Home and Property Buyers from financial hardship.
Scroll through photos from the event below.