Micah Guiao

Micah Guiao

Micah Avry Guiao is a journalist at Key Media, where she writes news across multiple verticals for the company's publications. She graduated with a degree in Creative Writing from Ateneo de Manila University and was a recipient of the Raul Locsin Award for Student Journalism (News) and the Loyola Award for the Arts (Nonfiction).

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Heartland Group enjoys strong interim term results

Its lending boom placed it in a prime position when it entered FY2022

Heartland Group enjoys strong interim term results

Major banks arm for retail nightmare following Omicron surge

They are ready to reintroduce support measures for customers in need

Major banks arm for retail nightmare following Omicron surge

Brokers play it safe with online contingency plans

Some agencies are shifting to the online format well ahead of government mandates

Brokers play it safe with online contingency plans

Sea-change markets that made the most waves

The trend is slowly pricing locals out of the market, however

Sea-change markets that made the most waves

NAB hikes fixed rates for the fourth time in two months

Fixed rates starting with "3" are slowly but surely becoming the norm

NAB hikes fixed rates for the fourth time in two months

MyState shakes big four as one of the fastest growing lenders

The small challenger puts a focus on broker-focused lending

MyState shakes big four as one of the fastest growing lenders

Westpac closes the chapter on its wholesale auto loan book

It does retain one arm, however

Westpac closes the chapter on its wholesale auto loan book

Surge in listings pushes likelihood of a buyer's market in 2022 – Domain

"Everyone is trying to time the top of the market"

Surge in listings pushes likelihood of a buyer's market in 2022 – Domain

CBA welcomes revered leader as new chief marketing officer

The appointee was named CMO Australia's number one marketer

CBA welcomes revered leader as new chief marketing officer

Government extends SME loan scheme but slashes guarantee to 50%

Some experts regard the move as unnecessary as it 'skirts around' real concerns

Government extends SME loan scheme but slashes guarantee to 50%