Opinion

  • Commercial lending comes of age

    Commercial broking is becoming more confi dent and sophisticated, argues Lend’s head of third party, Donelle Brooks. As the alternative fi nance sector grows, commercial brokers are fi nding more nuanced solutions to their clients’ needs, such as compounded products

  • Open banking changes miss the mark

    Open banking is moving ahead, but Richard Atkinson from data firm illion, one of the few firms accredited to offer services under the Consumer Data Right, says the ACCC's latest rule changes don’t quite get it right

  • Back to the basics of broking by Melanie Mingas

    Michael Trencher, director of Impact Consulting says brokers should turn off from the royal commission’s distractions and ask one simple question

  • Solving the SME credit squeeze by

    Greg Charlwood, MD of Australian Invoice Finance, presents an alternative solution

  • The new credit reporting landscape by

    Solicitor Joseph Trimarchi explains the tax implications of CCR

  • The evolution of the good borrower by

    As the profile of a “good borrower” continues to change, Peter Ellis, founder and borrower advocate at Lending Mate, explains how brokers should embrace specialist

  • AI Solutions for SME Lending by AB

    Daniel Katz, VP business operations at Lending Express, on how AI tech could unlock funding for thousands of SMEs

  • New year, new rules by AB

    John Manciameli, founder and CEO Slipstream Australia examines the Property, Stock and Business Agent Bill