Features

  • ​The benefits of benchmarking by Julia Corderoy

    Clint Waters is the director of More Rosh & Waters, a boutique mortgage and finance broking company he co-established in 2005. Success in the broking industry for Waters is, simply, about simplicity.

  • Non-bank lender set to launch retail financial planning arm by Julia Corderoy

    Mortgage House is set to further diversify into financial planning, with a plan to officially launch their retail financial planning arm – Financial Planning Wealth – next month

  • ​Brokers on Non-majors 2014 by AB

    For the second year, Australian Broker has run its Brokers on Non-majors survey, polling brokers on all aspects of the non-major lenders’ service proposition. The results saw some new lenders moving into leading positions, but one thing remained unchanged: for the second year in a row, Macquarie ran away with the competition

  • LVR caps could have 'perverse outcomes' on property market, says property lobby by Julia Corderoy

    ​Property lobby has warned the Reserve Bank to be cautious about introducing macro-prudential reforms in response to the surging property market

  • Gold Coast property market favours buyers this Spring by Julia Corderoy

    New research reveals that buyers will be the ones who are better off this Spring on the Gold Coast, with the majority of properties selling below their advertised price

  • ​Shifting the technology focus by BN

    Phil Quin-Conroy, CEO of PLAN Australia, is passionate about technology. He’s particularly interested in the way tech trends are shifting, and the way this could deliver new benefits to brokers. Quin-Conroy is fond of quoting research by Gartner that states that chief marketing officers are now spending more on technology than chief information officers. This, Quin-Conroy says, demonstrates a marked shift in the focus of IT.