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
More than 130 MFAA credit advisers have signed up for the association's SMSF lending accreditation program as the market sector swells
Annual bonuses have become par for the course at companies in the UK, but will they ever become the norm in Australia?
A financial services training group has hosted a webinar aimed at brokers wanting to diversify into financial planning and says more than 200 people signed up
If you live in a rural area, are retired and have no children, chances are you're happier than the average Australian
Despite boasting higher customer satisfaction rates than the big four, the mutual banking sector is failing to hold on to its customers' dollars - but why?
In an interview with CNBC in New York, Treasurer Joe Hockey claimed commentators simply 'don't understand' the Australian property market