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
One of Japan's largest banks has struck a landmark deal with a non-major Australian lender, paving the way for further overseas involvement in the home loan market.
Reports that banks are relaxing lending standards are entirely false, and there's evidence standards are actually tightening, says one Sydney broker.
One of the largest providers of credit scoring systems in the US is pitching open access credit reporting products for Australian consumers.
A leading industry survey has revealed the biggest concerns for the immediate future of the industry.
Three of Australia’s leading mortgage and finance industry professionals have been appointed this week to the board of the MFAA.
Lenders have come under fire from the Credit Ombudsman Service, with one receiving more than 100 complaints over the past year.