The former Queensland government’s chief customer and digital officer has been revealed as the next chief executive of the Digital Transformation Agency.
ANZ was the only major bank to record a fall in both owner-occupier and total loans in August, continuing its recent trend of a slimmer book, new data has shown.
A multimillion-dollar class action has been filed against the New Zealand units of ANZ and CBA, alleging failure to refund wrongfully charged loan fees to 150,000 customers.
The US payments giant has rolled out infrastructure allowing banks and lenders to offer buy now, pay later products across its network.
The return of migrants once borders reopen is expected to spur stronger unit price growth and close the gap with detached houses, according to an economist.
Introducing macroprudential measures without “adequate consultation” could result in “anti-competitive” consequences, the customer-o...
Constructing an extra 50,000 homes a year over a decade could result in house prices and rents being up to 20 per cent lower, the Grattan Institute has estimated.
New permanent residents and returning citizens have been new sources of housing demand while a drop in outflows has curtailed supply, according to a new report.
The non-bank lender intends to follow its inaugural RMBS issuance with more next year, given the ongoing demand from investors for these transactions.
Economists from NAB and Bluestone Home Loans have voiced surprise at the growing indications that lending curbs may soon be brought in.
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