The major bank has shifted its rates on owner occupier and investment fixed loans across both principal & interest and interest only
The FBAA has raised concerns at a Senate inquiry about lenders linking broker accreditation to a set number of loans written
Inconsistency among broker vetting by the banks could put lenders at financial risk, says one credit expert
The regulator has suggested lenders create more efficient systems to collate data on broker loans and commissions
The newly appointed state manager of a regional bank is asking brokers to look at them with an open mind in 2014.
A former financial planner and CEO has slammed ASIC for “an unwillingness to communicate and a desire to bully”.
More than 300 complaints were made to the Credit Ombudsman in 2013 regarding the conduct of finance brokers, but the vast majority of brokers still seem to be doing right by their clients
We look at the best ways to start 2014 refreshed and relaxed - regardless of whether you managed a break over the New Year.
Nearly half of Australians are more confident about their personal finances over the next 12 months at the start of the New Year.
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.