FBAA kicks off inaugural convention
The FBAA has kicked off its inaugural conference in Sydney with a Liberal senator arguing for deregulation of the industry
Association unveils CPD tracking
Brokers may soon have an easier way to track CPD points, even if they move from one company or aggregator to another
Credit repair body appoints new president
The original representative body for credit repair agencies in Australia has appointed a new president, following the decision of its founding leader to step down
Watchdog threatens banks on comparison rates
A top broker has claimed comparison rates are unhelpful to consumers, as ASIC zeroes in on banks who are failing to correctly advertise them
'Disgraceful' ACCC decision derided
An industry stakeholder has blasted the "disgraceful" ACCC decision allowing mandatory MFAA membership for some brokers, but claimed the broader market will not be affected
FBAA to launch industry 'co-op'
The FBAA is set to launch a new 'co-operative' platform designed to bring onboard a "raft of financial services" for the benefit of members, but which will also be available to the broader market.