ING news

  • Second tier to alter credit policy in hunger for risk by Adam Smith

    A leading second tier has revealed it will relax some of its credit policies as the lender says it has a greater appetite for risk

  • ACCC upholds mandatory MFAA membership by Adam Smith

    The ACCC has affirmed controversial third-line forcing notifications requiring brokers to be members of the MFAA

  • Second tier ditches fax for online variations by Mackenzie McCarty

    Australia's fifth largest lender has announced it is now able to allow brokers online loan variations, rather than manually by fax

  • A New Word Order by BN

    There are too many worn out words in the mortgage industry, and commentator Kym Dalton has some suggestions for the scrap heap

  • NAB, CBA move, but not all the way by Mackenzie McCarty

    CBA has proved the most generous of the major banks in the latest round of variable rate cuts that have follwed the RBA's Tuesday cut

  • AB issue 9.08 by AB

    Diploma deadline to bring association ‘chop’; ING Direct against ‘double jeopardy’; Compliance certificates prove a pitfall; Coalface: Making sense of JV’s; Opinion: The truth about vals; Insight: Three successful broker traits; People: Westpac’s Kokoda challenge; Insider: Logic in reverse.