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Time of change: 2019 forecast

15 January 2019 - New Zealand’s property market might be in a better place than Australia’s but investors still need to brace themselves for major change in 2019.

Mortgage lending to investors plummets

21 December 2018 - Investors may not be selling up en masse but they aren’t buying either – going by new data which shows the amount getting mortgage lending has dropped significantly.

Mortgage lending to investors plummets

20 December 2018 - Investors may not be selling up en masse but they aren’t buying either – going by new data which shows the amount getting mortgage lending has dropped significantly.

Summer bounce means record prices

14 December 2018 - House prices hit record highs around the country – apart from in Auckland where they are flat-lining, the November data from REINZ shows.

Ring-fencing Bill hits Parliament

7 December 2018 - [UPDATED] The Bill which will put an end to the practice of negative gearing on investment properties has now been introduced into Parliament.

Sales surge up in Super City

5 December 2018 - Concerns that Auckland might soon follow the Sydney and Melbourne markets in their downward spiral should be alleviated by new Barfoot & Thompson data.

Strong value growth in affordable centres

5 December 2018 - Affordability is the critical factor in the ongoing strong value growth seen in a number of markets around the country, notably Dunedin and Wellington.

Rates fall boosting housing market - Westpac

15 November 2018 - Mortgage rates have fallen to record lows recently and the housing market is perking up as result – but it won’t last, Westpac’s chief economist says.

House buyer sentiment hits 5 year high

12 November 2018 - Growing numbers of New Zealanders think the times are improving for those wanting to buy a house, ASB’s latest Housing Confidence Survey shows.

Non-banks plan second “speed dating” event

31 October 2018 - New Zealand’s non-bank lenders are to join together in Wellington for a second “speed dating” event with mortgage advisers, following the success of a first session in August.

COMMENT: Have we hit the bottom?

25 October 2018 - It looks like New Zealand's property market may have reached a floor, and the worst could be over for property market activity, argues CoreLogic's head of research Nick Goodall. 

Homeloans to rebrand as RESIMAC

24 October 2018 - Australian non-bank lender Homeloans Limited and subsidiary RESIMAC are to merge under a single brand as the company continues to build market share in New Zealand.

Time to ease LVRs - ANZ

24 October 2018 - The Reserve Bank’s criteria for relaxing the existing LVRs have been sufficiently met to justify easing them further, according to ANZ economists.

Is commercial the answer?

23 October 2018 - Investors dreaming of financial freedom should look to commercial property, argues Jeff Brill who is the author of New Zealand’s first book on commercial property investment since the GFC.

First home buyers pace setters: CoreLogic

17 October 2018 - First home buyers accounted for nearly one in four residential property buyers in the September quarter, rivalling investors, according to new research.

LVR easing talk grows

12 October 2018 - Investors might soon get a break if the Reserve Bank relaxes the LVR restrictions in its next Financial Stability Report as some economists are suggesting it will.

September sales at 7 year low

11 October 2018 - Sales activity nationwide is down to new lows with new REINZ data showing that September saw the lowest number of properties sold since January.

Beyond The Banks – Alternative lending options in a restricted market

2 October 2018 - Sponsored Content - When the bank says NO!

Litigation heals Mike Pero wounds

28 September 2018 - Just a few weeks ago they were at each other’s throats in court, but now Mike Pero and Mike Pero Mortgages (MPM) have kissed and made up.

Big start to the week; New owners at MX

24 September 2018 - Lots of news to kick off the week. First up, an Australian dealer group has taken a 50% stake in Mortgage Express. Here's the first of our stories on who...

Failed MPM relationship doesn’t mean deadlock

6 September 2018 - A communication breakdown and lack of trust between Mike Pero and his erstwhile business partners doesn’t constitute a deadlock, according to the lawyer representing Pero’s legal foes.

Next round in Mike Pero duel; Right peak will be lower than before

28 August 2018 - Today we have the latest in the on-going battle between Mike Pero and the companies bearing his name. [READ ON] Since the most recent Reserve Bank...

No adjournment for Mike Pero case

28 August 2018 - Mike Pero Mortgages Ltd’s attempt to get proceedings in their legal dispute with Mike Pero adjourned has failed and the scheduled hearing will go ahead next month.

RESIMAC builds market share; Bank says; We're not average

27 August 2018 - Kiwibank has released its latest results and outlined its plans for mortgage growth. [READ ON] Across in the non-bank sector RESIMAC says its growth...

RESIMAC builds non-bank market share

24 August 2018 - RESIMAC Home Loans took a bigger slice of the non-bank adviser market last year, as overall applications rose by 32%. 

Judge discharges order against Mike Pero

23 August 2018 - Mike Pero has scored a small victory in his long-running legal battle against the current owners of the mortgage advisory firm that bears his name.

Consumers expect rate rise: ASB

16 August 2018 - Respondents to ASB’s latest Housing Confidence Survey expect interest rates to go up in the next 12 months, despite increasingly cautious language from the Reserve Bank.

Mike Pero v MPM $2.5 mill debt fight back in court

14 August 2018 - The long-running legal dispute over a $2.5 million debt between Mike Pero and the current owners of the mortgage advice firm that has his name has hit the courts once again.

Avanti makes major home loan changes

7 August 2018 - Avanti Finance, the non-bank lender backed by Westpac, has made a number of changes to its home loan offering as it seeks to gain market share from New Zealand’s big banks.

OCR preview: Reserve Bank tipped to remain cautious

3 August 2018 - Kiwi economists believe Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr will sound a cautious note on the economy next week, with little chance of an OCR rate increase, and an outside chance of a cut.

Mike Pero Mortgages boss warns of “forensic underwriting”

1 August 2018 - Mike Pero Mortgages boss Mark Collins has warned lenders are conducting “forensic underwriting” on expenses when assessing loans, amid tightening credit conditions.

General Finance stock market listing moves closer

1 August 2018 - The stock market listing of non-bank lender General Finance moved a step closer this week as a deal with a listed cash shell was approved by shareholders.

Ombudsman sees drop in mortgage cases

26 July 2018 - A new report from the Banking Ombudsman suggests New Zealand's lenders are doing a better job selling mortgages to customers.

Small banks growth outpace big banks

18 July 2018 - New Zealand’s smaller banks have grown their lending books at a faster pace then their big four Australian-owned peers in the March quarter.

Owner occupiers better protected now: RBNZ (+ Report)

17 July 2018 - New owner-occupier mortgage holders have become less vulnerable to a housing market bust, higher interest rates or income loss since the Reserve Bank introduced the LVRs.

Mortgage lending hits two year high

28 June 2018 - Mortgage lending is flying in the face of the cooler housing market with Reserve Bank data showing May saw the highest level of new lending in nearly two years.

Co-Op Bank moves

27 June 2018 - It's The Co-operative Bank's turn to cut two and three year fixed rates today. The changes put it in line with those made by the big banks over the past...

OCR Preview: The latest outlook for interest rates

25 June 2018 - This week is OCR week, and TMMOnline has done its regular survey of economists to find out what's likely to happen with interest rates. To find out what...

Guilty verdict for mortgage fraud trio

15 June 2018 - A former BNZ employee, a lawyer and the wife of a property developer have been found guilty of involvement in a $54 million mortgage fraud case.  

Kiwibank moves rates; Others adjust servicing levels

11 June 2018 - Kiwibank has increased its one-year fixed rates but made a cut to its two-year rates. Here's how it's two-year rate stacks up Banks continue to adjust...

LVR easing not on cards

30 May 2018 - Hopes that the Reserve Bank might be gearing up to ease the LVRs further have been dashed by this morning’s Financial Stability Report (FSR).

One up, one down at ANZ; Plus big profit jump

1 May 2018 - ANZ has tweaked its one and two year rates, increasing the one-year rate 10 basis points and taking 10 points off the two-year rate. The bank also released...

Property investors returning; Degrees for mortgage brokers

20 April 2018 - It's interesting to see that property investors are getting more active in the lending market again. [READ ON] Under proposed new adviser regulations mortgage...

Wide variation in stress testing thresholds

3 April 2018 - Variations in stress testing thresholds and servicing conditions between lenders can have a major impact on an applicant’s borrowing power.

LVR changes impact on lending

27 March 2018 - The slight easing of the LVRs appears to be encouraging investors into mortgages with new Reserve Bank data showing a pick-up in lending to investors.

OCR call takes backseat

16 March 2018 - Changes are looming for the Reserve Bank and that has pushed OCR decisions into the background – despite a pending announcement next week.

Multi-million mortgage fraud trial gets underway

27 February 2018 - The trial of three people allegedly involved in a complex $52 million dollar mortgage fraud scheme has now started at the Auckland High Court.

Prison sentence for mortgage fraudster

9 February 2018 - Involvement in a $50 million mortgage fraud scheme has earned an Auckland property developer nearly five years in prison.

Low interest rates set to continue

8 February 2018 - Interest rates look set to remain low for a considerable amount of time following the Reserve Bank’s Monetary Policy Statement (MPS) and OCR call this morning.

New low for investor mortgage share

30 January 2018 - Investors are continuing to feel the pinch of policy restraints with new data showing another drop in their take up of new mortgage lending.

Guilty plea from mortgage fraudster

23 January 2018 - One of the accused in a $50 million mortgage fraud case has admitted to multiple charges under the Crimes Act, it has been revealed.

New look General Finance to take on gaps in market

8 January 2018 - Filling a gap in the mortgage market will be the focus of non-bank lender General Finance following a buy-out by a group of investors, including Brent King.

Mortgage lending bounces back up

22 December 2017 - There’s evidence of the housing market’s Spring rebound in the Reserve Bank’s latest mortgage lending data – but it’s not property investors who have significantly upped their borrowing.

ANZ adjusts deposit requirements

21 December 2017 - The Reserve Bank’s easing of the LVRs has prompted New Zealand’s biggest bank to follow suit and loosen up its lending requirements.

Future of financial services

19 December 2017 - Artificial intelligence (AI) has hit New Zealand’s mortgage sector with the launch this week of a chat bot aimed at first home buyers.

Inescapable impact of credit cards

18 December 2017 - The impact of having a credit card on mortgage borrowing ability should be well-known – but it’s not, one prominent adviser says.

Westpac ups rental income allowance

4 December 2017 - Changes to Westpac’s qualifying income assessments mean that investors will now be able to claim 80% of their rental income as part of their income calculation.

RESIMAC turns five

1 December 2017 - Lending times have changed and, in its five years in New Zealand, RESIMAC has embraced those changes and thrived.

RBNZ to ease LVR restrictions

29 November 2017 - The Reserve Bank says it will make some slight easing of the LVR restrictions from January 1. 

Westpac says advisers important, but...

8 November 2017 - Westpac CEO David McLean explains the bank's latest profit figures, why it won't do loans over 80%, the outlook for the housing market and the importance of mortgage advisers.

RESIMAC offering to refund first month of loan P&I

2 November 2017 - RESIMAC is offering to repay the first month's principal and interest on for new borrowers when they take out either a specialist or low-doc loan with the company.

Kepa, The Advisers Institute, reveals new partner

26 October 2017 - [Advertorial] Leading New Zealand adviser group Kepa has announced a partnership with up-and-coming mortgage advice company Mortgage Lab.

ANZ: No more repayment holidays

25 October 2017 - ANZ is axing loan repayment holidays, prompting questions about whether mortgage advisers can continue to recommend the bank as an option for their clients.

Mortgage advisers: start thinking about your education now

24 October 2017 - Change is coming under the new financial advice regime and mortgage advisers are being urged to start getting ready for it now.

FMA fast-tracks roboadvice

18 October 2017 - Advisers can expect to see roboadvice in the New Zealand market next year, and the country’s banks and product providers are already developing their platforms.

Kickbacks to agents shouldn't happen, but do

11 October 2017 - Relationships between mortgage advisers and real estate agents are being questioned by Consumer NZ, which is concerned about financial kickbacks.

Australian non-bank lender set to return to NZ

1 October 2017 - One of the bigger non-bank lenders before the GFC is set to return to New Zealand.

Nest Home Loans appoints two new advisers

29 September 2017 - The expanding firm has added two new faces to its team.

Online offer 'more than quote and compare'

14 September 2017 - A new insurance advice firm is promising consumers a more in-depth online service.

No case to end LVRs – S&P

14 September 2017 - There is no case for the Reserve Bank to relax the LVRs as the housing market remains a risk to New Zealand’s banking system, according to Standard & Poors.

OMG cash is back

12 September 2017 - The word we are getting from mortgage advisers is that cash is back. We are repeatedly hearing stories about what's been offered and it's seems just like...

HomeStart boost could drive prices up

11 September 2017 - The National Party has promised to increase the funds available to first home buyers under the HomeStart grant but critics say that will simply drive up house prices.

Ex BNZ worker admits mortgage fraud

6 September 2017 - A former BNZ mobile mortgage manager has admitted to dishonestly using bank documents to obtain more than $1.5 million in loans for two properties.

Investor lending exodus

25 August 2017 - It is investors, not first home buyers, who are bearing the brunt of the LVRs and retreating from the borrowing arena, new Reserve Bank data shows.

PM rules out DTI ratio idea

16 August 2017 - Prime Minister Bill English has ruled out allowing the Reserve Bank to bring in debt-to-income ratios. It had suggested limiting loans to no more than five times borrowers’ incomes.

Future could hold OCR cuts

6 August 2017 - Think the OCR will stay on hold this week? So do economists – but some also say there is growing scope for the Reserve Bank to cut again.

Bumpy lending ride continues

26 July 2017 - Evidence that investors dependent on mortgages are exiting the property market in significant numbers looms large in the latest Reserve Bank data.

SBS eyes 'partnership' with mortgage advisers

14 July 2017 - The bank says around a third of its business now comes from advisers and chief executive Shaun Drylie gives his views on commission models.

Mortgage fraud charges for group

6 July 2017 - Name suppression has been lifted in a Serious Fraud Office (SFO) case which relates to a number of alleged mortgage frauds by an Auckland resident and his associates.

Hundreds of would-be advisers sign up

29 June 2017 - Hundreds of new mortgage adviser are completing introductory courses that would allow them to start work in the industry, but not all end up in front of clients.

Investor lending decline continues (+GRAPH)

28 June 2017 - Investors’ share of new mortgage lending dropped again in May although the amounts loaned were up, new Reserve Bank lending data reveals.

11 is the magic number for Westpac

16 June 2017 - Westpac has made five rate changes today. They are all increases and they are all 11 basis points each. The rates to rise are Everyday Floating and its...

Is the writing on the wall for handwritten loan apps?

15 June 2017 - Handwritten loan applications may be on the way out for ANZ but are any of the other banks rushing to follow suit?

Westpac scraps online app process

9 June 2017 - Lack of use has led Westpac to ditch its digital mortgage application system for mortgage brokers from June 1.

DTIs would cut thousands out of market

8 June 2017 - Around 11,000 people a year could be prevented from buying properties if the Reserve Bank was to deploy debt-to-income ratios (DTI), the Bank has estimated.

Appeal loss for mortgage fraudster

6 June 2017 - Former Auckland socialite Eli Devoy has lost her appeal against her convictions and sentence for her involvement in a $9.2 million mortgage fraud scheme.

Investor lending remains in check

24 May 2017 - Restraints on the housing market are still doing their job with new residential mortgage lending down again in April, according to the Reserve Bank’s latest lending data.

Have you got a question on the mortgage market?

24 May 2017 - It remains very quiet on the interest rate changes front, but we are looking to make some noise tomorrow. TMM - The Mortgage Mag, is holding its annual...

Broker sentenced to jail

21 May 2017 - A former mortgage broker has been described by a judge as a thief who took from people who trusted him as a friend.

The Co-operative Bank appoints new CEO

1 May 2017 - Following the departure of Bruce McLachlan in March, the bank has now named his permanent replacement.

Broker concerns referred to FMA

12 April 2017 - Concerns over the activities of brokers at Brilliant Finance Ltd have led Mortgage Express to cut their ties with them and go to the Financial Markets Authority (FMA).

Interest-only loans come under the spotlight

11 April 2017 - Australia’s interest-only loan crackdown could lead to a tightening up on the rules in New Zealand.

Lending growth will slow – S&P

6 April 2017 - Recent increases in mortgage rates are set to continue, but this will help ease the risks house price inflation poses to New Zealand banks, Standard & Poors says.

Auckland affordability a credit negative - Moodys

8 March 2017 - Poor housing affordability in Auckland is a credit negative for New Zealand covered bonds backed by mortgages in the city, according to a global ratings service.

Decline in investor lending continues

27 February 2017 - Ongoing downward trend in investor lending is exposed by the Reserve Bank’s latest mortgage lending data, which highlights the housing market’s slowdown.

Quiet on the investor lending front

31 January 2017 - Investor lending activity is clearly more subdued reveals the latest mortgage lending data, which adds emphasis to the picture of a much slower housing market.

Surprise spike in mortgage lending

21 December 2016 - Evidence that the effect of the latest LVR restrictions might be diminishing comes in new data which reveals a big jump in mortgage lending – including to investors.

OCR hikes on the horizon

21 December 2016 - The OCR has troughed and the risks are now skewed to OCR hikes from the middle of next year, according to one major bank.

A mixed bag of goodies to end the year

20 December 2016 - The goodies under the Christmas tree are a mixed bag as we come to the end of the year.

Rising rates, quieter market

16 December 2016 - Higher mortgage rates will have a more sustained impact on the housing market than the LVR restrictions have, according to Westpac.

Progress of DTIs stalls

13 December 2016 - Prospective debt-to-income ratios (DTIs) have hit a stumbling block on the road to their arrival due to Finance Minister Bill English’s ascension to Prime Minister.

Heartland Bank to re-enter residential mortgages

25 November 2016 - Heartland Bank is due to re-enter the residential home loan market next year - and its strategy is a bit different to other banks.

Downbound trend for investor lending

24 November 2016 - There is now little doubt that the new LVR restrictions are having a significant impact on property investor activity, with lending in this area slumping to new lows.

New peer-to-peer mortgage provider licensed

21 November 2016 - New Zealand’s newest peer-to-peer mortgage lender is promising to offer mortgage brokers an easier way to get deals done for clients struggling to access funds from the banks.

Fall in investor lending continues

27 October 2016 - New investor-focused LVRs have led to a free fall in bank lending to investors, the Reserve Bank’s latest mortgage lending data reveals.

Mortgage fraud absconder pleads guilty

27 October 2016 - The elusive defendant in a high profile mortgage fraud case pled guilty to 16 charges in the Auckland District Court today – after returning from his overseas flight.

Prospect of DTIs looms larger

25 October 2016 - Controversial debt-to-income ratios (DTIs) have moved a step closer.

Westpac stops some lending; ANZ loosens up

21 October 2016 - Westpac has abruptly stopped low-equity lending through mortgage advisers, while ANZ has loosened up its criteria around construction loans.  [Read...

Westpac tightens; ANZ loosens lending criteria

19 October 2016 - Westpac has abruptly stopped low-equity lending through mortgage advisers, while ANZ has loosened up its criteria around construction loans.

This could be a spring like no other

15 October 2016 - I've been away from my office for about a week now. In that short time away things have changed a lot; trees are blossoming, the grass needs a good mow...

Tough times for Kiwi investors

11 October 2016 - Mortgage brokers are warning of steeper funding costs for investors as banks charge higher margins and the lending environment tightens. Read more...

40pc may not be the end of the rules

6 October 2016 - Investors could yet be in for more of a clampdown from the Reserve Bank, experts predict.

Investors face cancellation of pre-approvals

4 October 2016 - Banks have had to cancel some preapprovals for investors, which were issued before the recent change to loan-to-value restrictions. Read more.  ...

Steep decline in investor lending

26 September 2016 - New Reserve Bank mortgage lending data leaves little doubt that the new investor-targeted LVRs have had a significant impact on bank lending to investors - lending to Auckland landlords dropped by almost 20%.

Looming LVRs impact on mortgage lending

24 August 2016 - New LVR restrictions seem to be affecting mortgage demand already, with the Reserve Bank’s latest residential lending data showing a big dip in mortgage lending

Mortgage fraudster heading to prison

17 August 2016 - Auckland woman, Eli Devoy, was sentenced to five years in prison in the Auckland District Court today for involvement in an extensive mortgage fraud scheme.

New LVR start date delayed

12 August 2016 - The Reserve Bank has delayed the start date of new LVRs aimed at investors from 1 September to 1 October 2016, following banking industry feedback.

Apartment size key to future lending

4 August 2016 - Smaller, cheaper apartments will be part of Auckland’s future, under the Unitary Plan, but experts say banks apartment lending criteria could be a problem.

Bank risk real LVR target

4 August 2016 - Mitigation of bank risks, rather than dramatic house price correction, is the likely outcome of the Reserve Bank’s new LVRs, financial experts say.

Fall in mortgage lending

27 July 2016 - Drop in new mortgage lending in June’s Reserve Bank data suggests slowing demand – and it occurred before last week’s announcement that further LVR restrictions are coming.

Mortgage lending hits record high

27 June 2016 - Mortgage lending was up again in May and nearly half of it was in interest only loans, the Reserve Bank’s new, more detailed lending data reveals.

Investors’ mortgage lending share up

26 May 2016 - New Reserve Bank lending data leaves little doubt that investors are busy in the current market.

Former bank board member joins GFS

16 May 2016 - Global Financial Services’ has appointed a new board member, which it says will give added drive to the mortgage broker’s transition from a family business to corporate organisation.

Ensure full disclosure - ComCom

5 May 2016 - Failure to disclose all the required information to mortgage borrowers could cost lenders, the Commerce Commission has warned.

New kid on the block

31 March 2016 - There's a new player in the home loans industry with Freedom Home Loans entering the market. Read here. ...

New kid on the block

29 March 2016 - Home loans industry gains another player as Freedom Home Loans enters the broking market.

Looming impact of global funding costs

15 March 2016 - ANZ is warning mortgage rates may not fall as far as the OCR because of rising bank funding costs. Read here.  ...

Banks slow to pass on OCR cut

11 March 2016 - The Co-operative Bank was first out of the blocks yesterday and passed the full 25 basis point OCR cut onto customers. The only big bank to follow, so...

Peer-to-peer a growing option, broker says

2 March 2016 - A mortgage broker who placed a client with a peer-to-peer lender after they were rejected by the bank says it is likely to become a more popular option for advisers.

Downward trend for investor lending

25 February 2016 - Recent slowdown in Auckland’s housing market seems to be reflected in new data which shows a big drop in investor lending.

Lifestyle matters for banks

18 February 2016 - An Auckland mortgage broker says she has noticed banks taking lifestyle factors into consideration much more when processing home loan applications. Read...

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ANZ 5.79 4.55 4.79 4.99
ANZ Special - 4.05 4.29 4.49
ASB Bank 5.80 4.45 4.69 4.89
ASB Bank Special - 4.05 4.29 4.49
BNZ - Mortgage One 6.50 - - -
BNZ - Rapid Repay 5.95 - - -
BNZ - Special - 4.10 4.29 4.49
BNZ - Std, FlyBuys 5.90 4.69 4.79 4.99
BNZ - TotalMoney 5.90 - - -
Credit Union Auckland 6.70 - - -
Credit Union Baywide 6.15 5.20 5.25 -
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Credit Union North 6.45 - - -
Credit Union South 6.45 - - -
Finance Direct - - - -
First Credit Union 5.85 - - -
Heartland 6.70 7.00 7.25 7.85
Heartland Bank - Online - - - -
Heretaunga Building Society 5.75 4.70 4.85 -
Housing NZ Corp 5.80 4.69 4.79 4.79
HSBC Premier 5.89 3.99 4.19 4.69
HSBC Premier LVR > 80% - 3.79 - -
HSBC Special - - - -
Lender Flt 1yr 2yr 3yr
ICBC 5.80 4.59 4.69 5.09
Kiwibank 5.80 4.55 4.94 4.99
Kiwibank - Capped - - - -
Kiwibank - Offset 5.80 - - -
Kiwibank Special - 4.05 4.19 4.49
Liberty 5.69 - - -
Napier Building Society - - - -
Nelson Building Society 6.10 5.10 5.45 -
Resimac 5.30 4.86 4.94 5.30
RESIMAC Special - - - -
SBS Bank 5.89 4.85 5.05 5.49
Lender Flt 1yr 2yr 3yr
SBS Bank Special - 4.15 4.29 4.49
Sovereign 5.90 4.45 4.69 4.89
Sovereign Special - 4.05 4.29 4.49
The Co-operative Bank - Owner Occ 5.75 4.10 4.35 4.49
The Co-operative Bank - Standard 5.75 4.60 4.85 4.99
TSB Bank 5.80 4.55 4.69 4.99
TSB Special - 4.05 4.19 4.49
Wairarapa Building Society 5.70 4.85 4.99 -
Westpac 5.95 4.69 4.79 5.19
Westpac - Offset 5.95 - - -
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Last updated: 17 January 2019 9:49pm

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The maximum remuneration model for Australian life insurance advisers is to be set at what?

Upfront 40% + trail 20%

Upfront 50% + trail 10%

Upfront 50% + trail 20%

Upfront 60% + trail 10%

Upfront 60% + trail 20%

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