NAB Home Loan= money for your club

Courtesy of AFL (NSW/ACT) website

In May 2008, the National Australia Bank (NAB) formed a partnership with AFL (NSW/ACT) giving all senior and junior AFL clubs access to a potential revenue stream to tap into.

AFL (NSW/ACT) signed a Master Introducer Agreement  with the NAB which means any club can refer customers, friends and family to the nab for home loans, investment loans, overdrafts, construction loans and business loans. Any loan which is approved and settled, the club will receive .66% (inc GST) of the loan amount - for example a $500K home loan will provide $3,300 in revenue direct to the club.

To date NAB has paid $18,700.00 in commission to AFL NSW/ACT clubs in support of the program.

Football Services Manager, Chris Mintern said that this was yet another fantastic opportunity for clubs to take advantage of.

"In this harsh economic climate, clubs need all the help they can get. By making use of the NAB home loans introducer agreement and other offers included in the grant bulletins which AFL NSW/ACT put out each month, Clubs can ensure they have access to alternative revenue streams."

For further information on the NAB Master Introducer Agreement, please contact your Football Services Manager via their details below.

Chris Mintern
Football Services Manager – Sydney and Northern NSW
chris.mintern@aflnswact.com.au
02 8333 8029
0421 734 650




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