With the Australian economy so closely tied to the banks, what does it mean that the country has put in its worst performance since 2008?
Thanks to rising loan sizes, continually falling numbers of first home buyers have prompted comparisons with this endangered species
Home-loan providers in Australia are selling mortgage bonds at the slowest pace in four years
The managing director of one non-major bank has tried to quash public angst over poor banker behaviour and interest rates
Increased regulatory pressure has compelled the majors and non-majors to clamp down on interest-only loans
AFG Home Loans relaunched its suite of white label products funded through its relationship with Adelaide Bank