What open banking looks like in 2022
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1y ago
2021 delivered immense traction for the open banking landscape and CDR legislation in Australia. It’s a year that has arguably put the nation ahead of leading financial markets like the UK and the US.  ..read more
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The future of the retiree home equity market in Australia
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1y ago
In 2021 the government, industry and consumers all spoke to the need for Australia to embrace the third pillar of retirement funding, the retiree home equity market. It became obvious that the three pillars – being the age pension, superannuation and home equity – should work holistically together to fund better lifestyles for Australian retirees ..read more
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How financial data aggregation and digitisation are elevating mortgages
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1y ago
After a period of slow growth brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian property market is experiencing a major comeback, with house prices across the country rising at record levels ..read more
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Why an outcome-based approach trumps a ‘solution’
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1y ago
Nick Young considers the evolution of client engagement: moving past providing a solution ..read more
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The big winners of negative gearing
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1y ago
The biggest winners from Labor changing their policy on property taxation and negative gearing are tenants ..read more
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The rise of the ‘gift lenders’
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1y ago
Top tips to navigate private lending in the wake of cheap money fused with low credit integrity ..read more
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Why is the Australian dollar so low right now and what does this mean for your clients?
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1y ago
The Australian Dollar (AUD) has been on a roller coaster ride over the past two quarters ..read more
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The New Village
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1y ago
How to succeed when isolation is the new norm ..read more
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Navigating a ‘phoney economy’
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1y ago
When money has no value, there’s a prevalence of ‘gift lenders,’ and the property market ‘pretends’ to rise ..read more
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Big salaries but no scale: Why Citi is leaving Australia
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2y ago
For the US-based chiefs of Citigroup, shuttering the underachieving Australia consumer business could not have come soon enough, says James Mitchell ..read more
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