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MFAA Prosper : Mortgage and Finance Brief 10
Doing it for the kids The team at Vow have been hard at work over the past few months, training for the 100km Oxfam Sydney Trailwalker 2011. The event, which takes place on 26-28 August and can take up to 48 hours to complete, is one of three 100km treks that takes place in Australia. Vow's team comprises Matt Mitchener, Tara Davoren, Michael Osbor ne and Alan Gibbons, and you can still sponsor them by visiting w w w. vow.com.au/oxfam. Check out next issue for pictures from the event and an insight into how the weekend went for the intrepid adventurers. House style Voting is set to open on LJ Hooker 's national Draw My House competition -- with youngsters across the country in with the chance of claiming $2000 cash, marquees for their schools and Scholastic Australia Packs. The competition was open for three age groups spanning ages three to 13. Vote for you r favou rite by visiting w w w.draw myhouse.com.au. TAKING CREDIT Commonwealth Bank has held a series of interactive Credit Workshops to help brokers focus on credit policy interpretation. In the sessions, different loan scenarios were worked through to improve the broker's understanding of the way Commonwealth Bank credit managers assess applications. Balancing act: Matt and Alan check their stability. 64 | Mortgage & Finance brief M&FB peopleThe mortgage industry's feel-good factor. Credit experts Giselle Stellenbery and Phil Chant present in Perth. From left: Matt Mitchener, Tara Davoren, Alan Gibbons and Michael Osborne in preparation for 'night walk' training. Community
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