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Fees for service: Are they feasible?

by Tas Bindi8 minute read
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Regulators and advisory bodies have shared their scepticism of lender-paid broker remuneration, questioning whether the industry can really act in the best interests of customers under the current model. Tas Bindi takes a closer look at the feasibility of introducing the fees-for-service model in the mortgage broking industry.

It's been three months since I entered the world of mortgages through my new journalist position at The Adviser, and it feels like it’s been non-stop chaos for brokers throughout this period. I get the sense that brokers are bystanders being pounded by regulators and government advisory bodies as part of their broader investigations into the financial services industry.

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Tas Bindi


Tas Bindi is the features editor for The Adviser magazine. 

Prior to joining Momentum Media, Tas wrote for business and technology titles such as ZDNet, TechRepublic, Startup Daily, and Dynamic Business. 

You can email Tas on: [email protected]



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