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April 27, 2018 Bank announces broker commission changes

A non-major lender has announced that it is implementing changes to its broker commission payment...

Sam White, Loan Market
April 24, 2018 Major brokerage calls for remuneration reform

One of the nation’s largest brokerages has called for a number of reforms to broker commissions...

April 30, 2018 Former mortgage brokers permanently banned for fraud

Three mortgage brokers have been permanently banned from engaging in credit activities for their ...

Mark Bouris
May 11, 2018 Royal commission ‘not representative’ of broking: Bouris

Yellow Brick Road’s Mark Bouris says that the royal commission’s first round of hearings was ...

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What CCR means for brokers
We’re little more than a month away from the introduction of mandatory Comprehensive Credit Reporting (CCR) for the Big Four banks and you could for...
Who do brokers represent?
The royal commission has posed the question of who a broker acts for, who customers think brokers act for and who lenders think the broker acts for. J...
Outsourcing: Pros and cons for your brokerage
A brokerage business today has to work harder than ever in order to enhance the quality of the service it provides, drive innovation and ensure that ...
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Best in the business: The Adviser Better Business Awards 2018

More than 4,500 brokers and industry professionals attended The Adviser’s Better Business Summit in February and March to learn how to supercharge their sales skills, maximise efficiency, leverage technology and use market intelligence to accelerate business growth.

Building a brokerage: Expansion

In the early days of building a brokerage, founders have to wear multiple hats out of necessity. But the time eventually comes when bringing in support staff is needed for the growth of the business. Tas Bindi spoke to some of Australia’s top brokers about the best approach to hiring support staff.

A question of ethics

With several commissions and inquiries looking into the banks, borrowers will likely be pickier with who they borrow from. As such, brokers need to ensure they can service this growing customer segment. Tas Bindi sits down with mortgage brokers, lenders and ethics experts to talk about the future of lending in Australia.

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