Blogs

Blogs

Tuesday, 17 Apr 2018
What effects have macro-prudential measures actually had? And who is the one benefitting? ...
12:31 PM, 9 Apr 2018
It’s not commonplace to think about exiting your business when you first enter the world of entrepreneurialism, but Nick Young suggests you should. ...
15:22 PM, 28 Mar 2018
Over the last week or so, I have spoken to many of our members about the heightened level of attention our industry has received as a result of the royal commission and the recent Productivity Comm...
10:31 AM, 19 Mar 2018
Thirty-two per cent of brokers consider competition as the biggest hurdle to business...
10:54 AM, 5 Mar 2018
Michael Russell outlines the unintended consequences of APRA’s macro-prudential controls on existing mortgage holders. ...
06:30 AM, 12 Feb 2018
Mortgage broking in Australia is a fast-growing industry. With brokers now writing between 50 per cent and 53.7 per cent of all new mortgages, it is important that we acknowledge the need for produ...
06:30 AM, 26 Jan 2018
With the topic of discussion centering around education and qualification requirements for new brokers recently, Graeme Salt reveals his thoughts on the matter. ...
12:50 PM, 19 Jan 2018
Award-winning broker Chris Appleyard, founder of Kingston Capital Services in Sydney, reveals how he has used innovative technology and a strategic approach to rapidly diversify his business. ...
Greg Charlwood
08:10 AM, 12 Jan 2018
As we advance into 2018, cash flow remains one of the top headaches for small businesses. Greg Charlwood, managing director of Australian Invoice Finance, gives SMEs some advice on how to avoid a c...
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