MFAA news

  • Aggregator launches new online training for brokers by Julia Corderoy

    Major aggregator launches digital summit for brokers, which will allow brokers to refresh their knowledge without having to leave the office

  • The Major tussle for market share by

    With an increasingly fierce market, the major banks are having to fight harder for market share. Australian Broker was at the MFAA conference in Melbourne to ask them what moves they'll be making this year to grab brokers’ attention.

  • Chasing commissions could cost clients, argues fee-for-service broker by Julia Corderoy

    The benefits to consumers of a fee-for-service broking model far outweigh the cost of paying for professional advice, says a Melbourne broker

  • Broker associations need consumer focus by Julia Corderoy

    The MFAA and FBAA need to continue to focus on reinventing themselves as an industry body, after a survey revealed that two in three consumers did not know or did not care that their broker was a part of an industry association

  • Non-majors; "the genuine alternative" by

    In this fierce market, gaining market share can be a hard won battle, especially for the non-major banks and non-bank lenders. At the MFAA conference in Melbourne, Australian Broker caught up with some of these lenders to talk through how they'll be approaching the challenge.

  • MFAA partners with mortgage app to streamline broker workflow by Julia Corderoy

    The MFAA has partnered with a technology service provider to assist brokers with capturing, storing and managing supporting docs efficiently