How to avoid post-lockdown burnout

Resilience expert says the risk of burnout has intensified despite the country starting to open

Mortgage broking industry divided on APRA change

While some say the latest lending restrictions won't cause a huge impact, others are worried the measure will impede the best interests of clients

The challenge of reopening after lockdown

Commercial brokers have felt the heat while executing a vital role in the nation’s recovery, says executive

“We're all tired, we're lethargic, we're worn down by the process”

Industry head says many brokers have found 2021 more challenging than last year

Industry speaks on broker cashback and clawback

Aggregation manager says brokers who give their commissions to clients are putting the whole industry at risk

Are brokers creating their own clawback crisis?

This "underhanded" act could mean even more clawback in the industry, says broker

Helping small businesses grow

This major bank is throwing its support behind brokers and businesses through a range of initiatives and products

Reflecting on two decades of broking

Broker advocate and FBAA executive director Peter White looks back at how the industry has overcome challenges and changed for the better

Why a COVID-19 vaccine could be the best way for brokers to build rapport with clients

Face to face will still be a mainstay for building client relationships, says head of industry body

Mortgage industry falls silent on compulsory COVID vaccination for brokers

The controversy following head of industry body's call has quietened several aggregators and broker groups