Analysis

  • When foe becomes friend

    In a rare moment, ASIC, APRA and the RBA spoke on the benefits brokers provide consumers, all while UBS' latest report continued to spark outrage

  • If it’s not broken, why fix it?

    Mortgage brokers tell us what they really think about the recommended proposals in ASIC’s remuneration review

  • Public submissions shed light on ASIC’s rem review proposals by Otiena Ellwand

    They reveal the ongoing friction between banks and brokers, and the industry forum’s daunting task ahead

  • Battle of the generations by Julia Corderoy

    Australian Broker investigates the dwindling number of young first home buyers and whether Generation Y do, in fact, have it harder than any generation before them

  • Brexit: boom or bust? by Julia Corderoy

    Britain has voted to leave the European Union. Now what? Australian Broker investigates what the Brexit means for the global and Australian economies, and how it could affect brokers

  • Ease up, APRA? by Julia Corderoy

    As annual growth in investment lending slides, Australian Broker investigates whether APRA should reassess its 10% annual growth limit

  • 2016 federal budget round-up by Julia Corderoy

    The Federal Budget has been announced and the industry has weighed in. So what does the new budget mean for brokers, their clients and the market in 2016?

  • Brokers on notice in interest-only crackdown by Julia Corderoy

    Corporate regulator ASIC has announced a new review into the mortgage broking sector, focusing on a broker’s responsibilities in regards to interest-only lending