The Commercial Asset Finance Brokers Association of Australia (CAFBA) is an industry body of professional leasing/finance officers. CAFBA is proud of their strong membership base comprising 155 Full Member Firms with just under 500 Associate Members. CAFBA represents the interests of its members by assisting with regulatory, governmental matters, bank and finance companies issues. CAFBA members conduct the majority of their business in the fields of equipment and vehicle finance, and generate a combined annual volume of transactions in excess of $4.5 billion.

Finance Brokers Association of Australia (FBAA)
The Finance Brokers Association of Australia (FBAA) is a national association representing finance and mortgage loan writers throughout Australia. In the interests of members and their clients, the FBAA monitors legislation and makes representations to Ministers and Members of Parliament both state and federal as appropriate. The FBAA works with training organisations to provide training programs to the industry and keep members up-to-date with changes to government legislation and regulations.

Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA)
The Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) is the peak national body providing service and representation to over 12,000 professional credit advisers (mortgage and finance brokers, mortgage managers and aggregators) to assist them to develop, foster, and promote the mortgage and finance industry in Australia. The MFAA represents and lobbies for professional credit advisers, delivers services that support their career paths, and positions them as the professionals of choice in the mortgage and finance industry for both consumers and regulators.
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Queensland Hotels Association
The QHA is the peak industry body in Queensland for the hotel and hospitality industries, accommodation providers, resorts, theme parks, convention centres and casinos. Today, the QHA is an influential lobby group which represents the interests of the hotel and hospitality industries, and which seeks to advance the interests of its members, and the wider hotel and liquor industries, through contributing to the development of progressive, responsible, and enduring policy and legislative outcomes.
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Clubs Queensland
Clubs Queensland is the peak industry body representing registered and licensed clubs in Queensland. The organisation, and those working within it, proudly represents the interests of community clubs throughout the State including sporting clubs (bowls, golf, rugby league, etc), RSL and ex-services clubs, surf lifesaving clubs, workers, business, ethnic, and other community clubs. Clubs Queensland’s mission is to serve member clubs by providing relevant and up to date information covering all areas of their operations, thereby maximising each and every club’s opportunity to serve their community, their members, and their staff.
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Gaming Machine Act - Approved Financier
The QPF Finance Group has been granted ‘Approved Financier’ status under the Gaming Machine Act 1991. Approval was sought from and approved by the Office of Liquor & Gaming within the Queensland Treasury Department. Recognition as an ‘Approved Financier’ not only allows QPF to arrange finance for gaming machines but is also testament to the professionalism and integrity of the Group.

Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise (TSBE)
Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise (TSBE) is an independent, business driven organisation passionate about their region and telling their story to the rest of Australia and the World. TSBE is committed to ensuring that the local business community will survive, adapt and prosper. To ensure this occurs they offer membership opportunities to allow us to provide information, opportunities and networking. TSBE is the go-to organisation that links business with opportunity to achieve sustainable growth and diversity for the region.
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