Market Talk

  • The future of broking

    Non-bank lender Better Choice meets with a cohort of leading brokers to discuss how regulation, technology and customer demand for the broker channel could shape the industry to 2025

  • Putting customers first

    In his new role as GM of banking for MyState Bank, Tony MacRae is poised to spearhead better customer outcomes and solid growth

  • The alt-fi outlook

    Whether its business, personal or home loans, alternative lenders are playing an increasingly important role in the financial environment. Australian Broker examines the outlook

  • A second look at commercial

    With 658 billion reasons to look at commercial lending, Australian Broker speaks to the sector's tops players

  • Lessons from Canada by Melanie Mingas

    A best interest duty may sound like a good idea, but when Canadian regulators attempted to the same, their project failed at the first hurdle

  • Leading by example by Melanie Mingas

    Last October, 13,500 MFAA members were asked to elect their board representatives for the year ahead and, for the first time in the organisation’s history, the resulting line-up is predominantly female. Australian Broker examines what it means for diversity, inclusion and representation in the industry

  • The power of prime by Melanie Mingas

    Mortgage House promises to take the pain out of loan processing through new tech tools for brokers. Australian Broker finds out more

  • The non-major dynamic by Melanie Mingas

    HSBC talks to Aussie Home Loan's franchisee brokers about the service proposition of non-major lenders

  • Preparing for 2020 by AB

    While the big banks escaped largely unscathed, commissioner Hayne’s final report raised huge questions about the future of broking. Australian Broker reports

  • Make Banking Great Again by AB

    As the royal commission’s final report is released, the national secretary of the Finance Sector Union, Julia Angrisano, sets out her own vision for a reformed, functional and customer-first banking industry in Australia