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LATEST PODCAST: The federal court system v HEM, a new government-backed SME fund

The Mortgage Business Uncut podcast is your weekly analysis of the biggest themes shaping the Australian mortgages market.

Join Alex Whitlock, Annie Kane and Charbel Kadib as they delve into the latest themes and developments in the home loan market.

In this episode, they discuss the intriguing court case between ASIC and Westpac involving the Household Expenditure Measure and determining the legal obligations regarding expense checks.

This week they discuss…

  • The issues around the HEM
  • Broker commission changes 
  • The government’s new Australian Business Securitisation Fund

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