The changes apply to interest only and investment lending as a result of continuing regulatory requirements
The MFAA and FBAA have expressed concern about recommendations found in the recently released Sedgwick review
The executive director of the national industry association has mentioned a number of key industry issues with Malcolm Turnbull
Australia’s leading aggregators have had mixed responses to Sedgwick’s proposed changes to third party remuneration
A pair of leading economic analysts have claimed that sagging consumer confidence could actually benefit mortgage brokers.
MFAA CEO Phil Naylor has outlined the association’s lobbying record, saying that it has aimed to stay ‘inside the tent’ to influence outcomes rather than ‘throwing rocks’ at regulators.
The MFAA yesterday announced that it would postpone the deadline for the completion of the Diploma, due to a 'massive backlog' in processing last-minute enrolments.
Australian Broker's online readers say that getting their compliance documentation right is not the headache that others in the industry have claimed that it is
A regional lender is outdoing three of the four majors for share of the first homebuyer market, but could be increasing the risk profile of their portfolio
A non-bank head has claimed that the sector has often been uncompetitive on fixed rates as two mortgage managers move to undercut the majors