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and expand your customer base, plus

your revenue streams

Improve cash flow
Renovate or expand
Buy new equipment
Boost staff
Purchase stock
Any business purpose  
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Broaden your business offerings with Capify

Finance Broker Partner

Loan Broker Small Business Australia

SME Business Advisor

Capify is proud to be celebrating 11 years of partnership with the Australian Finance Industry Association (AFIA) and supporting the sponsorship of the Industry Award.

Each year Capify celebrates the achievement and contribution of an outstanding member through the Professional Broker of the Year Award. The award represents the pinnacle of achievement for Australia’s broker community.

If you’re a small business owner, you require adequate cash flow to suit your needs. Capify takes the stress out of finding suitable small business funding.

At Capify, we know that business owners work hard to build and maintain their business. We believe in protecting that success, which is why we are passionate about sharing stories and insights from inspiring business owners just like you.

Capify works with a range of business partners, from small businesses through to independent finance brokers where fast business aprroval is critical.

We place a significant value on building long term relationships with our partners and do our very best to customise each partner’s experience so that we can offer the best support.

Products are only available via Capify Brokers and authorised agents.products are only available via Finance Brokers and authorised agents.

These finance specialists can:

  • Personalised service
  • Expert advice
  • Solutions to suit your specific needs
  • Save you time & money

Currently, we’re working with partner firms, including Australia’s leading aggregators, associations and trusted corporate brands – they all share our values and put their customers first.

Capify works with a range of partners, from large corporations through to independent finance brokers.

We place a significant value on building long term relationships with our partners and do our very best to customise each partner’s experience so that we can offer the best support. Currently, we’re working with partner firms, including Australia’s leading aggregators, associations and trusted corporate brands – they all share our values and put their customers first.

  • Brokers New South Wales
  • Brokers Queensland
  • Brokers West Australia
  • Brokers South Australia
  • Brokers Australian Capital Territory
  • Brokers Northern Territory
  • Brokers Tasmania

Partnership Brokers

Benefits to Finance Brokers;

  • Support their organisation partnership
  • Representing organisations as a partnership
  • Work with partners to build the collaboration and manage the partnering process
  • Coach partners to build partnering capacity
  • Help partners achieve business goals
  • Partnership Brokers manging situations and necessary to make this explicit to others.

Capify Brokers Partners
A qualified, independent specialist, contracted to undertake specific roles and tasks:

This can include:

  • Forming the early stages of a partnership
  • Facilitating partnering agreement and negotiations
  • Problem-solving
  • Facilitating difficult conversations
  • Coaching and mentoring key individuals
  • Assisting or undertaking a review
  • Writing a learning case study or
  • Helping partners to explore moving on options
  • External Partnership Brokers can play a particularly useful role when they assist and support internal brokers to bring about change within their organisations or partnerships.

Typically a ‘light touch’ and time-limited relationship in which the external broker actively works to make themselves unnecessary.  One of the fastest ways to grow your business and generate a constant supply of new leads is to form referral relationships with other local businesses.

So, what kind of companies make great referral partners for finance brokers? This article provides some tips to help you decide and information about the correct way to get set up and running.

Deciding on who to approach

Just about any business can make the right referral partner if they are highly respected within your local community. All it takes is for the proprietor to know his customers well.

However, a referral partnership will be most effective if the partner’s business objectives and customer database align with yours.

To decide what kind of businesses to approach, start by looking at your goals.

Do you want to generate more leads in your existing market?

Are you looking to expand into new markets and different product types?

Are you looking at growing your existing market?

Look at successful businesses that align with your current business focus. If your existing market is mainly business loans, for example, then you might want to approach a reputable local small business or small business channel to form a referral partnership.

One of the best referral partners for your business may also be the local mortgage broker. Many mortgage brokers prefer to specialise in residential loans and property investment lending.

However, our data indicate their customers are likely to want to buy a car within 12 months of changing their mortgage or buying a new home. They are also a good referral source if you service small business lending or vehicle and equipment loans for the self-employed.

Expanding into new vertical business markets

If you want to form referral partnerships to find customers outside your usual comfort zone, you may want to consider other local professionals. Financially oriented businesses service customers from all walks of life and many kinds of companies. These professionals may include:

  • Accountants and Book Keepers
  • Financial Planners
  • Insurance Agents
  • Solicitors
  • Insurance
  • Utilities

Depending on your business model and location, they could refer enterprises to requiring a wide variety of business loans:

  1. Small to Medium Businesses like factories or agricultural businesses which need heavy equipment and machinery.
  2. Warehouses which require yellow goods like forklifts and delivery vehicles.
  3. Transport companies tend to make very high-value purchases.
    Service industry businesses which may require fleet vehicles or IT hardware.
  4. Medical Practices which often require expensive specialised equipment.
  5. Retail and hospitality businesses which may require funding for shop-fits, signage, or small industrial goods like cookers, dishwashers and fridges.
  6. Self-employed and tradies who may want to finance a work vehicle or even the equipment they need to perform their role.

You can always tell your referral partner what type of customers you want them to send through.

However, is that you can service just about any customer like a pro even if you haven’t worked in that area of business before.

Our BDMs are always here to help you work out the right solution for your customer’s needs.

Tips to align with like-minded people

When choosing a referral partner, it’s essential to ensure their customer service standards and business ethics align with yours. To get to know the prospective partner and their business before commencing a relationship:

  • Google the potential partner’s business
  • Access their website and social media sites.
  • Look at their reviews, comments, and ratings like Trust Pilot or Google Reviews.
  • Meet them at their business premises.
  • Get to know their business proposition.
  • Ensure their ethics and standard of customer service align with yours by talking with their customers.
  • Find out how long they have been in business.
  • Search the ASIC Banned and Disqualified Register.

A referral partnership works best where there is a mutual desire to offer exceptional service to clients that will build both businesses.

Putting a formal Referral Agreement in place will ensure the roles and responsibilities of both parties are clearly defined and help to protect your business from risk.

Want to know more?

Being a Capify Finance Broker means it’s easy to make referral partnerships. If you’d like to know more, talk with your Capify Finance BDM today. Call on 1300 760 930 or Apply Online.

Capify is proud to be celebrating 11 years of partnership with the Australian Finance Industry Association (AFIA) and supporting the sponsorship of the Industry Award.

Each year Capify celebrates the achievement and contribution of an outstanding member through the Professional Broker of the Year Award. The award represents the pinnacle of achievement for Australia’s broker community.

If you’re a small business owner, you require adequate cash flow to suit your needs. Capify takes the stress out of finding suitable small business funding.

At Capify, we know that business owners work hard to build and maintain their business. We believe in protecting that success, which is why we are passionate about sharing stories and insights from inspiring business owners just like you.

Capify works with a range of business partners, from small businesses through to independent finance brokers.

We place a significant value on building long term relationships with our partners and do our very best to customise each partner’s experience so that we can offer the best support.

Products are only available via Capify Brokers and authorised agents.products are only available via Finance Brokers and authorised agents.

These finance specialists can:

  • Personalised service
  • Expert advice
  • Solutions to suit your specific needs
  • Save you time & money

Currently, we’re working with partner firms, including Australia’s leading aggregators, associations and trusted corporate brands – they all share our values and put their customers first.

Capify works with a range of partners, from large corporations through to independent finance brokers.

We place a significant value on building long term relationships with our partners and do our very best to customise each partner’s experience so that we can offer the best support. Currently, we’re working with partner firms, including Australia’s leading aggregators, associations and trusted corporate brands – they all share our values and put their customers first.

  • Brokers New South Wales
  • Brokers Queensland
  • Brokers West Australia
  • Brokers South Australia
  • Brokers Australian Capital Territory
  • Brokers Northern Territory
  • Brokers Tasmania

Partnership Brokers

Benefits to Finance Brokers;

  • Support their organisation partnership
  • Representing organisations as a partnership
  • Work with partners to build the collaboration and manage the partnering process
  • Coach partners to build partnering capacity
  • Help partners achieve business goals
  • Partnership Brokers manging situations and necessary to make this explicit to others.

Capify Brokers Partners
A qualified, independent specialist, contracted to undertake specific roles and tasks:

This can include:

  • Forming the early stages of a partnership
  • Facilitating partnering agreement and negotiations
  • Problem-solving
  • Facilitating difficult conversations
  • Coaching and mentoring key individuals
  • Assisting or undertaking a review
  • Writing a learning case study or
  • Helping partners to explore moving on options
  • External Partnership Brokers can play a particularly useful role when they assist and support internal brokers to bring about change within their organisations or partnerships.

Typically a ‘light touch’ and time-limited relationship in which the external broker actively works to make themselves unnecessary.  One of the fastest ways to grow your business and generate a constant supply of new leads is to form referral relationships with other local businesses.

So, what kind of companies make great referral partners for finance brokers? This article provides some tips to help you decide and information about the correct way to get set up and running.

Deciding on who to approach

Just about any business can make the right referral partner if they are highly respected within your local community. All it takes is for the proprietor to know his customers well.

However, a referral partnership will be most effective if the partner’s business objectives and customer database align with yours.

To decide what kind of businesses to approach, start by looking at your goals.

Do you want to generate more leads in your existing market?

Are you looking to expand into new markets and different product types?

Are you looking at growing your existing market?

Look at successful businesses that align with your current business focus. If your existing market is mainly business loans, for example, then you might want to approach a reputable local small business or small business channel to form a referral partnership.

One of the best referral partners for your business may also be the local mortgage broker. Many mortgage brokers prefer to specialise in residential loans and property investment lending.

However, our data indicate their customers are likely to want to buy a car within 12 months of changing their mortgage or buying a new home. They are also a good referral source if you service small business lending or vehicle and equipment loans for the self-employed.

Expanding into new vertical business markets

If you want to form referral partnerships to find customers outside your usual comfort zone, you may want to consider other local professionals. Financially oriented businesses service customers from all walks of life and many kinds of companies. These professionals may include:

  • Accountants and Book Keepers
  • Financial Planners
  • Insurance Agents
  • Solicitors
  • Insurance
  • Utilities

Depending on your business model and location, they could refer enterprises to requiring a wide variety of business loans:

  1. Small to Medium Businesses like factories or agricultural businesses which need heavy equipment and machinery.
  2. Warehouses which require yellow goods like forklifts and delivery vehicles.
  3. Transport companies tend to make very high-value purchases.
    Service industry businesses which may require fleet vehicles or IT hardware.
  4. Medical Practices which often require expensive specialised equipment.
  5. Retail and hospitality businesses which may require funding for shop-fits, signage, or small industrial goods like cookers, dishwashers and fridges.
  6. Self-employed and tradies who may want to finance a work vehicle or even the equipment they need to perform their role.

You can always tell your referral partner what type of customers you want them to send through.

However, is that you can service just about any customer like a pro even if you haven’t worked in that area of business before.

Our BDMs are always here to help you work out the right solution for your customer’s needs.

Tips to align with like-minded people

When choosing a referral partner, it’s essential to ensure their customer service standards and business ethics align with yours. To get to know the prospective partner and their business before commencing a relationship:

  • Google the potential partner’s business
  • Access their website and social media sites.
  • Look at their reviews, comments, and ratings like Trust Pilot or Google Reviews.
  • Meet them at their business premises.
  • Get to know their business proposition.
  • Ensure their ethics and standard of customer service align with yours by talking with their customers.
  • Find out how long they have been in business.
  • Search the ASIC Banned and Disqualified Register.

A referral partnership works best where there is a mutual desire to offer exceptional service to clients that will build both businesses.

Putting a formal Referral Agreement in place will ensure the roles and responsibilities of both parties are clearly defined and help to protect your business from risk.

Want to know more?

Being a Capify Finance Broker means it’s easy to make referral partnerships. If you’d like to know more, talk with your Capify Finance BDM today. Call on 1300 760 930 or Apply Online.

 

Providing your commercial clients with hassle-free unsecured business finance from $5K -$300K has never been so simple. When you join our broker program you will be assigned a dedicated BDM team member who will help qualify and support your referred business clients, to ensure we find solutions that work in line with their business needs. Our Small Business Loan and Merchant Cash Advance products require minimum paperwork, can be funded in 48 hours and are designed for Australian businesses, with small daily repayments to avoid cash flow problems.

We also provide you daily, weekly and monthly updates on information such as lead statuses, application progress and funded customers to keep you up-to-date on each customer’s journey, while you own the client post settlement. Gain access to our marketing resources, content, exclusive partner offers and professionally designed creatives to help you win new customers and find opportunities in your database. Earn generous commission from a single referral with great rates for new and renewed loans.

For more information on the break down of commission contact our BDM’s directly on 1300 531 587 or if you have an questions you may want to contact our help centre or read our FAQ’s.

 

“I was kept in the loop the whole time, so I knew how to position things with my client. I felt comfortable knowing where everything was up to”.

Emma – Capify Partnered Broker

Do your Customers Qualify

  • The Business has been operating for at least 6 months
  • Minimum $10,000 a month in gross sales
  • Australian small to medium business
  • Proof of Ownership

You will be paired with a dedicated relationship manager

Earn generous commissions on referrals and funded deals

Australia’s first trusted alternative lender to small businesses

FAQs

Do you have a partner portal for brokers?

Business Funding – SME Advisor

As a fintech, Capify believes in providing the best technology and platforms for our brokers, that is why we have invested in a trusted third party partner portal customised to meet broker requirements.

We provide loans to most industries;

Business Loan for Retailers

Business Loan for Manufacturers

Business Loan for Construction

Business Loans to Medical

Business Loans for Accountants

When you apply to become a partner you will receive access to our real-time reporting portal that tracks your small business referrals as they come in live and your commissions are online 24/7.

You will also have a dedicated BDM who will also provide you regular updates daily on the application progress of your client and be able to assist you with any questions you may have about the portal.

What industries don’t you lend to?

Capify does not lend small business finance to the following Industries:

  • Adult Entertainment
  • Non-Profit organisations
  • Online Pharmacies
  • Ticket brokers
  • Payday Loans
  • Firearm or gun shops
  • Credit Repair businesses
  • Drug Paraphernalia companies
  • Electronic Cigarette Device businesses
  • Diet Pills & Nutraceuticals companies
  • Software Downloads companies
  • Pay Per Click & Parked Websites
How can my clients use their small business funds?

Your clients can use their Small Business Loan or Merchant Cash Advance for any business purpose.
Here are a few ways our funds have been used:

  • Improve cash flow
  • Pay off any expenses
  • TAX or BAS payments
  • Purchasing stock
  • Hiring extra staff
  • Renovations or store expansions
  • Upgrading new business equipment
  • Purchasing a business vehicle
What information do my clients need to apply?

To apply for a Capify Small Business Loan or a Merchant Cash Advance you must have an active ABN or ACN, have been in business for over 6 months, have a monthly turnover of $10,000, be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident and over 18 years of age.
What you will need to apply:

  • ABN Number
  • Driver’s License
  • Landlord Details
  • Personal References
  • Front of Bank Statements
  • Proof of ownership
How long is the approval process?

The small business loan approval process is a fast 10 minute application over the phone with one of our experienced lending specialists. Once it goes to our credit department the application can be fully approved in less than 2 hours, funded in 24 hours for a small business loan and 48 hours for our merchant cash advance. (Approval time based on receiving all required documents during the application process).
Once approved the conditional approval will last up to 30 days.

What are your terms and interest rates?

For both Capify’s Small Business Loan and Merchant Cash Advance products the terms vary from 3-12 months.
We don’t use interest rates for our funding solutions, instead Capify offers an agreed total payback amount based on a factor rate associated with risk. This way your client knows up-front the total costs involved, making managing your cash flow simple. The payback amount is also dependent on the type of business operated, the term your client requires, their daily balance, gross monthly sales and credit score.

What commissions do you pay brokers?

Our commission payments are paid up front on all successfully funded deals. We pay an agreed percentage of the margin on each deal that you refer. For further clarification, please contact our BDM team directly for a break down on the commission you could potentially earn.
Any client of yours that is funded by Capify, and decides to renew with us means you also generate additional commission, as you own the client throughout the whole process and we respect the hard-won relationships you have with your small business owners.

If you have any questions just go to our help center or FAQ’s.

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