A broker CEO has spoken out against the potential introduction of a debt-to-income regime, likening it to “using a sledgehammer to crush a butterfly.”
Two leading advisers speak to NZ Adviser about why the newly proposed organisation is timely and can only be a good thing for the industry.
The New Zealand mortgage market is undergoing critical changes with the Review of the Financial Advisers Act and the release of the Options Paper detailing potential changes for the industry. We spoke with The Mortgage Supply Company's CEO Jenny Campbell on why advisers need to make sure they take part in the changes shaping the future of the industry, what their take is on RFA/AFA terminology and their plans for 2016
Lender RESIMAC believes 20% of Kiwis need a specialist broker on home lending
RBNZ needs to further soften LVRs, especially for Auckland first-home buyers
Offshore interest rate increases could see mortgage rates creep up, ASB claims