Peter Kell news

  • Morning Briefing: Regulator says banks must boost adviser oversight by MPA | 20 Mar 2017

    ASIC says the big banks still need to improve oversight of their financial advisers... Franchise boss welcomes ASIC's broker commission report...

  • Taking a stand by MPA | 21 Dec 2016

    Find out who made our 2016 Hot List in tech, research and more,

  • Low Doc: Embracing the wider market by Sam Richardson | 06 Jun 2016

    Low-doc clients are being offered a bigger range of products, giving brokers more choice and more ways to engage these clients

  • Commissions: Out in the open by Sam Richardson | 09 May 2016

    ASIC’s review into mortgage broker remuneration is in full flow, and finally the industry is beginning to speak out in response.

  • ASIC and brokers: Communication breakdown? by Sam Richardson | 02 Mar 2016

    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.

  • Morning Briefing: ASIC launches online interest-only loan tools by MPA | 20 Oct 2015

    ASIC's two new online tools are designed to show the costs associated with interest only mortgages... Weak commodities create slippery slope for Aussie dollar...

  • Morning Briefing: China crash to benefit Australian real estate? by Jordan Maxwell | 09 Jul 2015

    Australia real estate market ‘uncertain’ amid Chinese stock crash… Rents at record highs in Australia’s largest cities… Sydney man convicted of $7 million home loan fraud...

  • ASIC to crack down on mortgage industry by MPA | 06 Feb 2013

    ASIC Commissioner Peter Kell talks exclusively to MPA TV journalist Donna Sawyer about the regulator's plans to take a hard-line approach to non-compliance and its key enforcement priorities over the coming months.

  • Are you on ASIC's hit list? by Robin Christie | 01 Nov 2012

    ASIC recently sounded a warning to financial advisers outlining the major issues it aims to crack down on. Should mortgage brokers take notice?