LMG unveils its inaugural Top 100 Leading Ladies List

| Mar 05 - 1 min read

Leading aggregator LMG has unveiled its first-ever Top Female Brokers List as part of nationwide International Women’s Day celebrations.

Loan Market Geelong City Managing Director Sarah Thomson has claimed the coveted Top Female Broker title in recognition of the number of clients she serviced in 2023.

A multi-award winning broker and champion of women in finance - 95% of her 20-strong team are ladies - Ms Thomson settled 387 deals over the 12-month period. She’s driven a customer service movement within her office that’s generated more than 700 Google My Business reviews, putting the business on the shopping list of every borrower in the region.

Second on the list was Sue Vuong from Loan Market in Perth, while LMG Partner business owner Mel Wright from Zest Mortgage Solutions in Queensland completed the podium positions. 

To view the full Top 100 list, click here.

Key achievements of the Leading Ladies ranking include:

  • A median number of annual settlements of 110 for the Top 100 (with the Top 50 recording a median of 142);
  • A median value of annual settlements of $55.9m for the Top 100 (the Top 50’s median was $70.8m);
  • Victoria / Tasmania accounted for the highest number of brokers in the list (36%) followed by NSW (22%) Queensland (18%) Western Australia (13%) and South Australia / NT (10%).

LMG’s Leading Ladies President and National Director of Growth Suzi Trajanovski said the Top 100 Female Brokers list underlined the growth women in the network were achieving.

“These women are managing huge numbers of clients who benefit from a customer service offering that is simply unmatched,” said Ms Trajanovski.

“They’re benefitting from LMG’s culture of growing collectively, whether it’s through our Leading Ladies community or other local support groups and growth services.” 

The ranking has been unveiled ahead of International Women’s Day, with state-based events planned across the country on Friday 8th March. This year’s theme is #InspireInclusion in line with the United Nations IWD message, ‘Count Her In’.

This year, LMG is supporting charities at its state-based events that focus on supporting women in financial hardship including Dressed for Success, St Kilda Mums, The Zahra Foundation and The Forgotten Women.

Read the full coverage at MPA.

| Mar 05 - 1 min read