The firm is currently seeking a number of Sydney-based staff in an expansion effort that it says will change the banking world
The portal, which facilitates direct conversations between consumers and experts, lets brokers generate leads online
The lender has introduced a number of offers featuring lower fixed and variable rates in an effort to ‘shake up’ the market
Off-the-plan apartments being sold in many capitals exceed demand, a trend which could disadvantage property investors
Segmentation and running costs are forcing broking’s one-man shows to weigh up their options – and sending some out of business, says a top broker.
Growing business confidence means the number of businesses looking to access finance are at their highest levels in two years - but interest rate rises loom on the horizon.
The previous two major financial system inquiries categorically failed to address competition issues in the nation’s banking sector, say leading economists.
The number of property listings fell in most states in 2013, with Darwin and Sydney recording the biggest yearly change.
The government has kicked the New Year off with a wave of new regulation, while simultaneously reducing small business superannuation compliance.
Declining market share has seen competition heat up between the majors, leading to greater incentives for brokers and their clients – as well as commission hikes.