Customers have accused banks of withholding information from clients to prevent legal claims of misconduct.
Loans to owner-occupiers fell to the lowest level in September since 2013, according to ABS data.
Shareholders representing over 82 per cent of PEXA’s issued capital have approved the company’s $1.6 billion acquisition, according to a
The finance sector was identified by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner as one of the most heavily targeted industries fo
Strengthening responsible lending obligations would “diminish the incentive for borrowers to ensure that they repay their loans on time”
Companies that embrace digital disruption will dominate investment portfolios in the coming decade, according to fund manager Capital Group.
The decline in sentiment among investors has trickled into the owner-occupier space, where housing approvals have fallen to the lowest level
A big four bank has been fined $3.3 million, escaping a $58 million penalty proposed by the corporate regulator.
Professional services company KPMG has flagged concerns over a potential surge in mortgage arrears.
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