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
In a further signal of competition amongst the big four, a major bank has cut its three year fixed rate for brokers.
The latest inflation figures point to interest rates remaining at their current all-time low for the foreseeable future, say analysts.
Economy-wide spending finished strongly in 2013, with December recording a 0.9 per cent rise in sales.
ING Direct is set to tackle the big four’s market dominance in 2014, and Mark Woolnough says the majors are taking notice.
Low interest rates have spurred mortgage enquiries up 15% in the past year, according to the latest statistics.
Record low levels of first home buyers have driven a major bank to offer a $1000 rebate to those looking to enter the property market for the first time.