One academic has criticised ASIC for failing to properly regulate the banks and taking the BBSW case to court
Responding to a recent survey, one lender offers advice on how brokers can overcome this year’s biggest industry issues
The appointment frees up one of the bank’s group executives to prioritise the building of better broker partnerships
Australia’s commercial property market is surging ahead, driven by a significant cash flow from foreign investors
Don't forget to put in your nominations for the 2012 Australian Mortgage Awards
Credit rating agencies have praised the introduction of legislation paving the way for the controversial positive credit reporting regime.
A specialist lender has moved closer to prime lending with the launch of a new product line.
A pair of leading economic analysts have claimed that sagging consumer confidence could actually benefit mortgage brokers.
MFAA CEO Phil Naylor has outlined the association’s lobbying record, saying that it has aimed to stay ‘inside the tent’ to influence outcomes rather than ‘throwing rocks’ at regulators.
The MFAA yesterday announced that it would postpone the deadline for the completion of the Diploma, due to a 'massive backlog' in processing last-minute enrolments.