The major bank and its subsidiaries have introduced a range of rate changes and other policy adjustments
A joint statement by various industry associations has urged the government to rethink its proposed “one-stop shop” for dispute resolution
The mortgage insurance industry will face a number of challenges in the coming years, according to a major global ratings agency
Most Australians want lenders to offer fixed rate mortgage products of ten years or more, according to a new survey
At Australian Broker, we love a bit of healthy discussion... and that was certainly what we got following this week's article on segmentation.
A non-major lender has extended its 'no application fee' deal due to high demand.
The small business minister has promised a fresh look at a regulatory environment he says is 'gumming up' the economy.
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