“No one seems to understand how far-reaching these changes will be, affecting non-resi markets but also the broader economy.” So said a...
Although the banking royal commission’s recommendations criticised home loan broker commissions, the complexity of obtaining home loans ma...
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The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry is long overdue. But will it work in favour of Australian consumers?
If 2018 set the scene through the explosive Hayne royal commission, this year is when the real changes roll in.
A recent study found that workplace flexibility is the most highly valued attribute of working in the broking and finance industry.
As we head into a new year, change is still very much on the agenda, says CoreLogic’s Matt Carlson.
The Reserve Bank has kept official interest rates sitting at 1.5 per cent ever since August 2016 which represents the longest period of cash rate stability on record.
The RBA cash rate and its effect on bank rates for deposit and loan products is not an arbitrary fixture and almost never joined at the hip to the RBA cash rate.