Antony Field

Antony Field

Antony Field is the editor of Mortgage Professional Australia. He started at Key Media in 2020, as editor at Australian Broker and in January 2022 moved into the role of MPA editor. Antony Field has more than 20 years’ experience in journalism, working as a reporter, sub editor and editor at major media companies in both Australia and New Zealand, including News Corp and the Nine Network.

LinkedIn | Email

Clients put their faith in mortgage brokers

89% say brokers have best interests at heart

Clients put their faith in mortgage brokers

Great Southern Bank wins Customer Owned Bank of the Year

Named Customer Owned Bank of the Year

Great Southern Bank wins Customer Owned Bank of the Year

Grow Finance to introduce asset-based lending for SMEs

New managing partner leads innovative product offer

Grow Finance to introduce asset-based lending for SMEs

Mortgage brokers settle record $165.96 billion in home loans, says MFAA

MFAA figures show 410,000 applications lodged

Mortgage brokers settle record $165.96 billion in home loans, says MFAA

Court rules Tsialtas can buy Connective majority shares

But company announces it will appeal decision

Court rules Tsialtas can buy Connective majority shares

Brokers on Banks 2022 – all the winners revealed

Here are the best performing banks as chosen by brokers

Brokers on Banks 2022 – all the winners revealed

La Trobe Financial donates $2.5 million to Epworth HealthCare

It will fund beds, equipment, ease surgery waiting list

La Trobe Financial donates $2.5 million to Epworth HealthCare

Bluestone Home Loans expands broker-facing team

Two new BDMs and new broker success manager hired

Bluestone Home Loans expands broker-facing team

Boards back merger of Greater Bank and Newcastle Permanent

Directors say merger is in best interests of members

Boards back merger of Greater Bank and Newcastle Permanent

MFAA welcomes AFCA's new lower fee model

New user pay system lowers burden on smaller firms, it is suggested

MFAA welcomes AFCA's new lower fee model