The second set in the latest round of public hearings by the House Standing Committee on Economics is set to kick off later this week
While current remuneration structures are sound, the aggregator has said regulation is actually a positive sign for industry
A new industry breakdown also reveals that fraud accounts for a very small percentage of complaints brought against brokers
The chairman has relayed concerns about joint hikes by the banks while detailing ACCC's ongoing inquiry into the matter
A wholesale aggregator has announced the appointment of two new BDMs in Western Australia and Victoria/Tasmania/South Australia.
A non-bank lender has released a new product designed to open up borrowing options to clients that may otherwise struggle to get a loan.
A major bank has announced a 5bp interest rate cut on selected products for brokers.
A Victorian man banned for selling trail books, leads and rent rolls which never materialised may once again be attempting to dupe brokers.
Non-major lenders tripled their market share of new fixed-rate loans in the final quarter of 2013, the latest statistics show.
A non-major has reduced its variable interest rates in a sign 2014 will be another competitive year in the mortgage space.