In a widely televised interview, the ex-broker claimed commissions led to larger loan amounts being lent out to consumers
The regulator has highlighted “gatekeeper culture and conduct” as one of the key risks within the financial services industry
One leading aggregator is about to celebrate its tenth year of bringing a lender spotlight to one of Australia’s least centralised regions
The bank’s latest financial figures also show the lender is on track to meet APRA’s interest only and investor speed limits
Having prepared for a worst-case scenario, the major banks suddenly find themselves in the middle of an economic recovery with bad debt write-offs nowhere near what was previously estimated.
Brokers reacted to yesterday's bank interest rate rises and stronger than expected employment figures with cautious optimism. There was anger, however, at the role the mainstream media had played in stirring up public concern.
Westpac has lost its legal battle with New Zealand's Inland Revenue Department (IRD) over tax avoidance, the department announced today.
NAB has confirmed that the ACCC won't intervene in its proposed acquisition of Challenger's mortgage management business
The memorable footage from the 2009 Australian Mortgage Awards just keeps coming and coming.
The RBA has today raised rates for the first time since March last year, pushing up the cash rate by 25bps to 3.25%