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Ashton Young is one of the Sales Managers at The Loan Company and has been working in the Housing and Finance Industry since 2012. He is a full member of the Mortgage Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) and holds both a Certificate IV in Finance Broking and a Diploma of Financial Services (Finance/Mortgage Broking Management).

Ashton moved to the Loan Company after spending the previous few years with another prominent brokerage based in Perth. He has a range of experience with mortgages, from construction finance for first home buyers to complex investment strategies with multiple properties, so whatever the case may be, he can assist. Ashton prides himself on customer service and has a ‘nothing is too hard’ attitude, and uses this approach to help his team deliver the best outcomes for their clients.

Ashton has also dedicated himself to providing the best possible experience for customers, and is consistently working on innovations that improve the client’s home loan journey with both The Loan Company and their strategic partners.

Ashton has the following qualifications and awards:

  • MFAA Approved Broker
  • Certificate IV Finance and Mortgage Broking FNS40804
  • Diploma of Financial Services (Finance/Mortgage Broking Management)
  • PLAN Australia Member – Professional Lenders Association Network of Australia
  • Member of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA)
  • $150 million in settled loans
  • 2017 MPA Young Gun award
  • PLAN Broker of the Year Award (Insurance & General Risk, WA) – 2019
  • PLAN Best Newcomer Award (WA) – 2019
  • Des Bolland Award, runner-up 2019
  • Keystart Platinum Broker

Outside of work

  • What’s your favourite indoor/outdoor activity?
    I love to participate in as many activities as I can, from training at the gym to Kite Surfing at the beach. It’s important to have an active lifestyle that allows for a good work life balance.
  • How do you define success?
    For me, success is a journey and not a destination. It’s important that you can grow as a person and continue to better yourself in all aspects of life. To be successful is to be able to make a difference to others, and to share your knowledge and experiences to help them improve their lives and overcome their challenges.
  • What are you happiest doing when you’re not working?
    I am happiest doing one of my hobbies, exploring the world around us and spending time with my family and my little white ‘fur child’, Penelope Anne.
  • What would be your personal motto?
    My family’s clan motto is my motto: Robore prudentia praestat, which is Latin for “Prudence excels strength”. I have always interpreted this as thinking and being smart will always be better than being forceful and uncompromising with life’s challenges.