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CBCC Community Lending Information Session

June 13, 2023 @ 9:30 am - 7:00 pm

The CBCC is glad to invite you to this free lending info session offered by Chess Landing.

About the event

Join us for an exclusive opportunity to learn about lending and get your inquiries addressed, completely free of charge! The team at Chess Lending is delighted to offer informative sessions to assist the community with their lending-related questions and concerns.

Our goal is to empower you to make well-informed financial decisions in these uncertain times. We understand that choosing the right lending option can have a significant impact on your personal or business finances. That’s why we are committed to equipping you with the knowledge and tools necessary to navigate the lending landscape confidently.

If you have any concern about your personal or business loan or mortgage, this is your chance to shed some light with professionals of the industry.

During the event:

  • Introduction about lending
  • Q&A Session
  • Coffee provided

To maximise the impact on our community we are running three individual sessions on the 13th of June. Please select the ticket of the time slot that you would like to attend.

About Chess Lending

The Chess Lending team are masters of figuring out your best lending move. With our years of experience, superior and up-to-date market knowledge, and careful weighing up of the available options, we let you skip the uncertainty when it comes to deciding the best loan to suit your needs.

Put simply, we’re the middlemen you can actually trust. Whatever your real estate goals – whether you’re consolidating your finances towards retirement, buying your first home, financing a private asset, or taking out a honeymoon loan – we’ll advocate for your best interests, calculate your borrowing power and make the big, high-stakes decisions clear-cut and regret-free.

This event is powered by

CBCC – Canterbury Bankstown Chamber of Commerce

Keeping News Local

The William Inglis

About the Canterbury Bankstown Chamber of Commerce

Established in 2017 as the SWCC, and now named the Canterbury Bankstown Chamber of Commerce (CBCC) was the first business chamber in Bankstown – decades after other chambers. It evolved from the need for an association for business owners or any entity or person engaged in commerce or trade from the Canterbury Bankstown Local Government Area (LGA) in New South Wales or anyone interested in doing businesses in our area or to invest or relocate to our LGA.

The CBCC facilitates opportunities for members to grow their business in Canterbury Bankstown and beyond, welcoming engagement from across the business community, local government, State and Federal Government alike. We believe in collaboration, diversity and the sharing of knowledge to be the formula for a more prosperous business community.

Membership is open to all. The CBCC provides members and guests opportunities to share knowledge, pitch their business, create a network, and be inspired. We do this by delivering our members a diversity of complimentary or subsidised events, services, opportunities, and partnerships – either directly, or by partnering with other organisations.

Contact us at ceo@cbchamber.org.au to enquire about membership, sponsorships, partnerships, or volunteering.

CBCC is a not-for-profit organisation run by Wally Mehanna, CEO and by volunteers.

IMPORTANT: Obtaining a ticket to an CBCC event also opts you into future communications for similar events. You can manage your subscription or unsubscribe at any time from the link in all of our emails.


June 13, 2023
9:30 am - 7:00 pm
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The William Inglis Hotel – MGallery by Sofitel
155 Governor Macquarie Drive, Warwick Farm, NSW 2170
Warwick Farm, 2170 AU
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