Smaller lenders have plenty to gain by pushing loans through the third-party channel. But are the benefits mutual? The Adviser’s James Mitchell explores how brokers and their clients can profit from customer-owned banks.
Now in its eighth year, The Adviser’s Elite Business Writers 2016 celebrates the exceptional achievements of the mortgage industry’s standout performers. Although making the list due to their significant lending volumes, as The Adviser found out, there’s much more to being one of the industry’s elite than meets the eye.
Momentum Intelligence's Third Party Lending Report – Non-Major Banks 2016 is the most comprehensive independent research currently available on brokers' attitudes and sentiments towards non-major banks in the third party lending channel. With the opinions of over 800 brokers considered in the research, there is no better information available for any group or individual interested in the current and potential future performance of non-major banks in this sector.
Last month, we revealed the results of The Adviser’s 2015 Third-Party Banking Report – Non Major Lenders, demonstrating how brokers feel the banks are performing for the broking channel. Now, we hear from each of the banks about their thoughts on the rankings and how their performance will influence development and innovation in the year ahead
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