MFAA news

  • Aggregator expands national presence by Julia Corderoy

    Challenger aggregator appoints two more state-based business development managers as it grows its national presence

  • MFAA enters a new age by

    The MFAA explored the impact of technology and how this will shape the future of mortgage broking in its new state-based conference format, the Broker 2020 series.

  • ASIC commends MFAA for educating Fairfax by Julia Corderoy

    The head of the MFAA “quite rightly” highlighted the differences in commission structures between mortgage brokers and financial planners, ASIC told brokers

  • FBAA defends brokers, slams AFR by Julia Corderoy

    The FBAA has also come out in defence of mortgage brokers after an inflammatory article was published in the Australian Financial Review

  • MFAA defends brokers against Fairfax, again by Julia Corderoy

    The MFAA has called out the AFR after it claimed standards in the mortgage broking industry continue to lag behind other sectors

  • Associations praise extended parameters of ASIC review by Julia Corderoy

    Both broker associations have praised ASIC for extending the parameters of its review into remuneration in the mortgage broking sector