Cheaper funding has primed the mortgage market for a new wave of smaller lenders to drive competition.
Almost $90 million was reported lost to scams last year, as the ACCC raises awareness during National Consumer Fraud Week.
As the Financial System Inquiry (FSI) prepares its interim report, 67 per cent of Australians believe the major banks will have too much influence.
Yellow Brick Road has entered into a detailed credit-approved term sheet with Commonwealth Bank of Australia for a new debt facility.
A former mortgage manager sees opportunity in the distribution of wealth products through the third-party channel.
A former president of the MFAA believes the association needs to reinvent itself and question its relevance.
Non-bank lender RESIMAC has reacted to the European Central Bank’s relaxed restrictions on securitisation.
The founder of Australia’s largest mortgage broking group believes we are in the most competitive market he has seen in his career.
The Finance Brokers Association of Australia (FBAA) is alarmed by reports the European Central Bank's rate cuts will mean cheaper mortgages for Australian borrowers.
The UK’s APRA equivalent has welcomed news from the Council of Mortgage Lenders that British lenders have contacted interest-only borrower...