The leaders of three large brokerages explain how ASIC's shadow shopping will - or won't - affect their businesses
MPA's Hotlist profiles the 30 brokers, bankers, regulators and other who've had the biggest influence on the industry in 2017
Banks are scrambling to make mortgage applications tougher, leaving brokers to pick up the pieces, writes MPA editor Sam Richardson
The Treasury has published banks’ and brokers’ views on commissions, and it turns out the two groups have much in common. Yet maintaining the status quo is far from a done deal, writes MPA editor Sam Richardson
Enforcement report also flags credit repair firms and lenders as due for more attention over the next six months
As brokers, lenders and consumers go head-to-head over ASIC’s remuneration review, the man behind it gives MPA editor Sam Richardson an insider’s view
Comprehensive credit reporting is not new but has untapped potential to transform the mortgage process for brokers – but only if banks sign up
ASIC, MFAA and FBAA issue hurried responses to banks’ move away from percentage-based commission
ASIC said yesterday it is looking at mortgage lending standards across the banking sector after taking civil court proceedings against Westpac... More than 20% of borrowers are opting to fix their home loan, new data has revealed...
With 2016 set to be a year of regulation and inquiries, ASIC and brokers are struggling to see eye-to-eye. Industry bodies, experts and ASIC say what’s gone wrong, and how this relationship could be improved.