NAB news

  • AB issue 13.17 by

    Steve Sampson While Bank of Sydney is a relatively new player in the third party channel, that doesn’t mean it has entered the mortgage match with less to offer. Head of third party distribution Steve Sampson explains why being a smaller lender comes with its own set of benefits for customers and brokers alike

  • Aggregator loan book hits $60 billion by Julia Corderoy

    FAST has achieved record growth, as its network of brokers captured almost half of the $3 billion of commercial settlements originated by the channel in the first quarter of 2016

  • 'Clear indication' trail commission will not be banned, says mortgage chief by Julia Corderoy

    Trail commission is unlikely to banned as a part of ASIC’s remuneration review of the mortgage broking sector, the chief executive of a major mortgage franchise has said

  • NAB predicts 1% cash rate within 12 months by Bloomberg

    Australia’s central bank will cut interest rates to 1% within a year to combat weak inflation and rising unemployment, according to NAB's chief economist

  • Aggregator pioneers new digital platform by Julia Corderoy

    A leading aggregator has launched the full roll-out of a digital platform, Rundl, following a successful ten week pilot with 20 of its brokers

  • Brexit: boom or bust? by Julia Corderoy

    Britain has voted to leave the European Union. Now what? Australian Broker investigates what the Brexit means for the global and Australian economies, and how it could affect brokers