John Dickinson: Dealing with late payments on a credit file
Will the recording of payment histories negatively affect your clients' ability to secure finance?
Dominique Grubisa: Where do investors stand?
A federal politician recently argued that radical action was needed to prepare the Australian economy for disaster. Was he right?
Editor's Letter: When no one is watching
There's no downside to increased accountability in financial services
Editor's Letter: Rally the troops
This is an opportunity to shape the future of the profession you want to have
Jason Yetton: How CCR could transform lending
SocietyOne's CEO on the marketplace lender's experience with data sharing, and CCR's huge potential
Lisa Claes: Are Australian households over-leveraged?
With today’s high debt-to-income ratio, CoreLogic’s CEO investigates whether Australians are out of their financial depth
Marc Barlow: Slashing commissions is a bad idea
A Melbourne-based broker defends the current commission structure, but has some good ideas on how it can be improved
Peter Langham: How brokers can unlock the opportunities in the SME sector
New research from Scottish Pacific shows SME borrowers’ appetites are changing, offering brokers a big break
John Dickinson: Breaking down debt
The director of DebtX Mediation Services explains debt settlements vs. debt agreements, and what it means for your clients
Opinion: Christine Cupitt
The ABA's director of policy explains why commission changes are part of a wider reform package