Adam Sanders Bank Victims 20 June 2013
The Law of Unintended Consequences is always hard at work. What if an extended period of subdued house price increases – the preferred path to more affordable Australian housing – effectively wiped out a generation of would-be entrepreneurs?
Australian Broker online Mackenzie McCarty 12 February 2012
The MFAA has welcomed ASIC’s banning of another financial executive (Harold Bundy of Ezymanagement) in Sydney last week, along with other industry safeguards, as it symbolises a stronger regulatory regime on the sector.
Clancy Yeates The Sydney Morning Herald June 12, 2012
THE number of people taking out home loans with non-bank lenders is creeping up, a trend the government says shows banking competition is increasing.
Lesley Parker The Sydney Morning Herald April 18, 2012
Consolidating your debts may sound like a good idea but it does have risks.
10 April 2012 - AAP
More small businesses will struggle to pay off their loans, a major bank has told a Senate committee.
ANZ, one of Australia's big four banks, said the number of firms behind on repayments had increased because of difficult economic conditions.
The Age December 14, 2011
Loans and credit cards are behind a spike in complaints to the financial ombudsman, writes Lesley Parker.