The competition watchdog has hinted it may further broaden its regulatory powers to look beyond Australia’s big four banks
The bank has changed its genuine savings requirements after a leading LMI provider updated its underwriting policy
The lender has thrown its support behind the proposed bank tax while reporting modest home loan growth in its latest financial results
The number of delinquent housing loans has decreased for the second month running with non-banks recording the best improvement
Forget the 'argy bargy', says the HIA, new dwelling commencements are now 'unequivocally weak'
A research group has warned banks to focus on retaining their business credit clients, or risk an exodus once their confidence returns
Home loan enquiries have seen spikes immediately following recent bank rate cuts, but ongoing consumer wariness means the activity hasn't been sustained
Builders are expecting to take a hit from the carbon tax as it comes into effect next month
Resi is the latest lender to cop a reprimand from ASIC over advertising for its home loans.
Eight brokers were expelled by the MFAA in the 2011/2012 financial year, a number double that of the previous financial year