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
The median mortgage size in Australia hit a record high in November, while the proportion of first home buyers continues to decline.
Recently resigned GrainCorp chief executive Alison Watkins has announced she will also be stepping down from the ANZ board.
With the Reserve Bank’s interest rate cutting cycle seemingly coming to an end, borrowers flocked to fixed rate loan products in November.
The insurance industry has called for increasing transparency around Lenders’ Mortgage Insurance, after complaints to the Credit Ombudsman tripled in the past year.
Westpac group has appointed one of ANZ's senior executives to head up its subsidiary BankSA.
Commonwealth Bank has claimed it will 'confidently defend' itself against allegations it benefited from engineering Bankwest loan defaults.