If lenders opt to pay lower commissions, one major franchise could be heavily impacted due to its remuneration model
The major lender has chosen to once more accept refinancing applications for P&I loans following APRA’s tighter IO guidelines
The non-bank’s third transaction in the past 12 months correlates with a growing market presence for the firm
The second tier bank wants to become the intermediated bank of choice with brokers and financial advisers
Brokers could experience a business boom should the Coalition's paid parental leave scheme go into effect
An Australian credit union has agreed to honour discounted home loan rates after an ASIC investigation deemed their advertisements 'misleading'
Recent changes to the Fair Work Act make bullying in the workplace easier to identify and tackle, but other pieces of legislation are also relevant
Brokers often work long hours, but is doing so worth the risk of burnout?
The legality of passing clawback fees on to clients has left many brokers unsure - we speak to AFM's Iain Forbes and Gadens Lawyers partner Jon Denovan to clear up the confusion
Australians are far more interested in home ownership than in marriage or having children, according to new research from Westpac