One non-major bank more than doubled its share of broker-originated mortgages in October.
One of Australia’s regional lenders has joined forces with four credit unions.
Britain’s answer to the MFAA has forecast UK brokers will control three-quarters of the market within five years.
The Reserve Bank has forecast continued levels of elevated unemployment and slower economic growth over the coming years.
Accounting giant KPMG has flagged the importance of business lending in a document prepared for the Brisbane G20 summit.
APRA’s plans to rebalance the mortgage market are likely to involve costlier mortgages for property investors.
An industry veteran with proven lobbying skills has been appointed head of the Customer Owned Banking Association.
The board of directors and employees of an ASX-listed lender have noted with great sadness the passing over the weekend of their chairman.
An Australian non-bank lender has priced its thirtieth public term securitisation at $500 million.
NAB has dismissed the widespread belief that foreign investors are driving up property prices in the local market.