Updates

  • Gov't appoints new ASIC chair

    The incoming chair brings international experience in finance and law, and will replace current chair Greg Medcraft who steps down in November

  • Non-major grows broker loans by $400m

    The bank credits brokers with originating more than four in ten loans, expanding its national footprint through its three brands

  • Pepper brings on new country CEO by AB

    The non-bank lender has announced the new executive appointment as it ramps up for further growth in Australia

  • ASIC levy may cost $250 per credit rep by Miklos Bolza

    More details have emerged about how much ASIC’s cost recovery scheme will set credit providers back in the future

  • Aggregator appoints new CEO by Miklos Bolza

    The industry veteran comes over to the firm with more than 17 years of experience in the broking and finance space

  • Rate hikes a result of regulation: APRA by Miklos Bolza

    The regulator’s chair has faced a government committee, answering questions about its investment and interest-only speed limits

  • New loans vulnerable to market shocks by Miklos Bolza

    Ratings agency Moody’s has warned that mortgages taken out over the past 12 months will be most at risk in the event of a rate rise

  • ASIC on triple review rampage by Miklos Bolza

    The regulator has revealed details of its reviews on interest only lending by brokers, loan fraud allegations, and reverse mortgages