The latest report from a major bank has predicted continuous economic growth, but challenges are bound to arise
A major bank has announced it is looking for a technology provider to support its services
The Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs has announced a new appointment to the Financial Markets Authority Board and reappointments to the Disciplinary Committee under the Financial Advisers Act.
Total commissions paid to mortgage brokers in Australia pushed past $1.1bn in the year to August thanks to growing broker market share, rising loan values and tweaks to commission structures
The boss of a failed Aussie stockbroking firm admits he took financial advice on major business decisions from a ‘professional intuitive and energy healer’
Professor Neil Quigley replaces Dr Rod Carr as chairman of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand
Global Financial Services has won the Deloitte Fast 50 for the fastest growing mature business... Real estate figure moves on after nearly 50 years...
Australia's banking sector is willing to remove payments to staff that conflict with the interests of consumers, however an industry-wide change would likely require legislative changes
The Property Institute boss has expressed support with the decision of a political party to remove restrictions on mortgage lending
A second real estate agency has joined the call for exempting first home buyers from the 20% deposit requirement
The easing in sales volumes mirrors the situation in the national residential market, says REINZ