Provide funding to leading franchise brands
There’s now an efficient way for you to find and provide loans to leading franchise brands that you know and trust.
Access attractive funding opportunitiesThe Franchise Finance Market enables lenders and finance brokers to more easily access franchise lending opportunities. Provide the full suite of finance to highly-qualified entrepreneurial franchisees of successful franchise brands.
Reduce risk with known brands and proven business modelsOur marketplace features opportunities in high-quality franchise brands with established track records and low historical loss rates. Franchise businesses benefit from a number of factors as compared to other small businesses including proven business models, brand recognition, vetted management and locations, and franchisor support.Spur economic activity and job growthThe franchise industry is a major driver of economic activity in Australia, employing in excess of 340,000 working Australians.More
Easier Sector PenetrationIf you are a Lender and seek to share in the benefits of franchise sector lending, but don't have franchisor access, don't have the internal resources and skills to know how to optimise your franchise sector lending risks and don't have the distribution to effectively enter and capture your share of the market, then the Franchise Finance Market will solve all of those issues for and with you. When you think about the cost and risk of trying to establish your own franchise lending unit you are probably reminded why it is you have not done so before. Registering with the Franchise Finance Market will give you a unique level of exposure to franchisors, franchisees and commercial finance brokers, all looking for the financial products you have and want to supply. Furthermore, the Franchise Finance Market wants to work with all market groups to achieve our stated Purposes, as a repository of sector finance data and to use that data to assist in improving those finance outcomes. Giving you the best opportunity to work with us and shape how we gather and use that data to improve those finance outcomes.
Advising Financier Registration Table
|Registration & Annual Renewal Fee||
|Successful Referral Fee|
Base + 0.05%
|Referral by Interest Areas||
|Monthly priority access||
|Use of FFM Regd logo||
Based on the aggregate of total approved loan amount/s sourced for the client and payable after settlement.
Frequently Asked Questions
Furthermore, when we used the term "finance broker" or "mortgage broker" franchisors immediately assumed the Market's proposition is only for new or refinancing franchisees that cannot get the finance from their bank. But the Market's proposition is that every single one of their franchisees, and themselves, will benefit from having a professional involved in both a technical and administrative advisory capacity as well as a placement agent capacity for every finance related transaction, whether using their bank, the franchisors preferred lender (category A & B franchises in particular) or a new lender.
Thus the need to differentiate the role.
We will review these numbers periodically.
advisers making an EOI changes the status on the listing on the Noticeboard to ‘Reviewing’.
When a Listing is made an email is sent to advisers for whom the interest areas are matched, such notice having a link to the Listing so that they may make an EOI.
Each adviser may change their interest areas (filters) from their panel.
The best way to gain lister attention is to quickly assess and make EOIs as they become available and to ensure the profile presented to Listers maximises the likelihood of selection.
* Except where a adviser is the Introducer of a franchise.
1. Registered advisers make an EOI by selecting the EOI button for that Listing on its Listing;
2. They go onto a waiting list;
3. The first adviser on the waiting list entitled to receive the referral/allocation shall be given two days to Review the details and either Accept or Reject the allocation;
4. If the adviser;
a. Accepts the allocation by selecting Accept on their adviser panel the listing shall be changed on the Noticeboard, Franchisor and Franchisee (if applicable) profiles to ‘Pending’. The adviser is sent a link to the full Listing Listing details page (which shall include an email link to the lister);
b. Rejects the allocation by selecting Reject on their adviser panel the listing shall be changed on the Noticeboard, Franchisor and Franchisee (if applicable) profiles back to ‘Open’;
c. Takes no action within 48 hours of the allocation that allocation shall lapse, therefore, be removed from that advisers panel and be changed on the Noticeboard, Franchisor and Franchisee (if applicable) profiles back to ‘Open’.
5. If the Listing goes back to Open the next adviser on the waiting list shall be notified that it is again Open and they have 24 hrs to Accept or Reject the allocation;
6. The same process may occur a third time;
7. If the allocation is Rejected or lapses the third time it changes to ‘Closed’ status.
Priority access is relevant for the formation of an EOI waiting list during the first hour of an Listing’s listing. It means if they make an EOI in the first hour of an Listing’s listing all priority access EOIs are listed on time priority ahead of non-priority access EOIs (who will have already used their priority access allocations for the month).
• First Hour of Listing – the first adviser with priority access rights shall be granted the allocation. All advisers with Priority access rights that made an EOI in the first hour are moved ahead of non-priority access EOIs made during that hour;
• After First Hour of Listing – The ‘waiting list’ solidifies at that point and then all subsequent EOIs are added on a simple first come basis.
A priority access entitlement is used for each Listing allocation given to that adviser during that month, regardless of whether they were the first or subsequent allocation for an Listing.
If an Listing changes from ‘Reviewing’ or ‘Pending’ back to ‘Open’ the original waiting list shall be used to notify the next EOI, etc.
Additional EOIs can be made whenever an Listing is in the ‘Open’ status.
Priority access entitlements renew on the first day of each month.
Unused priority access entitlements do not carry forward or accrue.
Making a referral does not remove the obligation to declare the full details of all finance provided to the Lister, including that facilitated by a referred party, or pay the applicable Success Fee/s.