The big four bank has increased its rates on interest only loans, saying the move has nothing to do with the bank levy
The non-major has decided to bring together its third party and direct business units under one leadership position
The social media session is in line with National Finance Brokers Day and hopes to connect consumers with the top broking heavyweights
The move by the ratings agency has had no material impact on the big four banks, claims one independent investment firm
Following fixed rate cuts from NAB/Homeside and Westpac, a non-major lender has slashed fixed rates by as much as 40 basis points.
As first home buyer levels continue to sit at record lows in most states, Western Australia has continued to buck the trend.
Overall business confidence saw a sharp increase in the last quarter, while businesses in finance and insurance remain wary.
The MFAA has told an inquiry into ASIC’s performance there is no evidence assertions of “systematic falsifications of details in loan applications” from brokers are true.
A non-bank lender has appointed two new BDMs in Sydney and Adelaide.
The president of an industry body says the recent slew of broker bans brought out by ASIC is not a reflection on members, despite past media hype sullying the industry’s name.