The big four bank has increased and decreased rates across its investor and owner-occupier products
Growing regulatory restrictions that force banks to ration lending are probably unnecessary, argues one analyst
An aggregator and online lender have separately released two new tools aimed at facilitating small business lending
The percentage of delinquent home loans has decreased month-by-month in a move which was widely unforeseen by analysts
Following a strong half year result backed by significant growth in the third party channel, Adelaide and Bendigo Bank has said it will not be 'sucked in' to the rate cutting game.
Brokers affected by the Big Dry have welcomed the government's proposal to extend funding to drought-stricken farmers.
FBAA CEO Peter White has made bold predictions 2014 will be year of change, education and reform.
South Australian home buyers will have access to more affordable loans after the State Government announced extended criteria and a higher loan limit for Advantage Loan borrowers.
David Murray has questioned whether stability pacts hinder competition in the Australian banking sector, and has promised the upcoming Financial System Inquiry will explore the issue.
The decision of some banks to leave the broker channel during the GFC has left many cautious about dealing with them again, despite reassurances the banks are here to stay.