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The MFAA has lost its way and many brokers now question the association’s relevance in the post licensing era.

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2016 was a year of upheaval and change. In our annual review, we outline what industry leaders thought were the milestones of the year and what to expect in ...
Historically, personal loans have not been a big draw for brokers. They’ve often been viewed as short-lived small fry, and something easy enough for ...
Smaller lenders have plenty to gain by pushing loans through the third-party channel. But are the benefits mutual? The Adviser’s James Mitchell ex...
The results are in and brokers have spoken. It’s now time to reveal what Westpac, CBA, ANZ and NAB think about how brokers ...
The non-bank lending sector has continued to consolidate over th...

In this exclusive report, The Adviser unveils the industry's best-performing commercial business writers

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In this exclusive report, The Adviser unveils the industry's best-performing mortgage brokers aged 30 and under...
Yes, it’s that time of the year again – time to recognise those brokers who are raising the bar simply through the volumes they are writing. The A...
Last month, we revealed the results of The Adviser’s 2015 Third-Party Banking Report – Non Major Lenders, demonstratin...

It’s here again: The Adviser’s annual Third-Party Banking Report 2015 – Non-Major Lenders 

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With the technology boom in full swing, brokers must quickly adapt in order to stay ahead of the pack. The Adviser’s third annual technolo...
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While the federal election result has granted a reprieve for the ...

Commissions to stay but change is ‘constant’

The Coalition’s surprise victory may have reinstalled certainty...