Home borrowing in the crosshairs as risks rise
A top Forum exec didn't act on a 2018 email reporting irregularities, liquidators say
While the peak body lauds the end of the ban on inspections, it says the Victorian government's COVID recovery plan is too "long and ambiguous"
The bank is conducting an investigation to determine whether any employees are culpable in the alleged $300 million scam
Holding interest rates at a record low could lead to "a dangerous imbalance in the housing market," expert warns
A little regulation now is better than a lot later, big bank chief says
Lender cuts its one- and two-year fixed rates to what "might be the lowest mortgage rate in Australia's history," expert says
Westpac lawyers say they're "not holding their breath" for the alleged fraudster to return from Greece
The central bank says it's "continually assessing" whether macroprudential measures are needed to calm the booming market
Exec says that while the bank is keeping a "close eye" on the market, the current trend is "pretty stable"