The Adviser asks whether its past offers any clues as to aggregation’s future
As consumer sentiment improves, writes Alan Shields, brokers should be aware that potential buyers are doing a lot more to research their home loan
The Adviser takes a look back at 2011 and what the year brought to brokers and the broader lending industry
Sometimes regarded as the black sheep of the borrower family due to a ‘murky’ financial past, the credit-impaired are frequently overlooked by brokers
Refund’s entry into voluntary administration shocked the industry and stirred up a healthy amount of controversy in the third party distribution space
Brokers, lenders and other industry professionals have reacted with disdain over CHOICE’s Big Bank Switch, but why? Chris Wisbey asks for answers
Consumer confidence is lacking, but that doesn’t mean there are no business opportunities for brokers, writes John Flavell
A NSW-based commercial broker has a $20 billion pipeline of trans...
The high-LVR lender has cut its standard variable mortgage rate, ...
The federal government’s $2 billion small-business fund creates...