Home ownership may be the great Australian dream, but a recent survey from Australian National University found that 70 per cent of people didn’t believe they’d ever be able to own their own property. Tanya Sale of outsource financial sits down with Joanna James of Mortgage Ezy to explore housing affordability, when we can expect the markets to cool off, and how this is impacting the mortgage broking industry.
From volume bonus incentives and ‘soft dollar’ commissions, join outsource financial’s Tanya Sale as she examines the state of the mortgage industry and Australian banking amongst a slew of reports and investigations. In the first episode, Tanya is joined by Peter White of the FBAA to tackle the real issues affecting Australia’s mortgage industry
From volume bonus incentives and ‘soft dollar’ commissions, join outsource financial’s Tanya Sale as she examines the state of the mortgage industry amongst a slew of reports and investigations. The Truth with Tanya will feature conversations with industry leaders to discuss the real issues affecting mortgage professionals.
Innovation is all around us and its effects are pervasive. In this Market Update series, Chris Rands from Nikko Asset Management discusses the impact of innovation now and in the future, how it’s affecting fixed income and inflation, and why we need to rethink sources of income and returns with regards to this.
With a multitude of ETFs on offer, it can be difficult to know which might suit your needs best and to really understand ‘what’s under the hood’. iShares’ due diligence checklist can help you to understand ETF construction, costs and potential outcomes for your portfolio.
The investment team that manages the Franklin Templeton Multisector Bond Fund believes one of the biggest risks facing today’s bond investors is that fixed income around the world has been highly distorted by central bank actions.
Stability of income is key in today’s lower for longer environment, and could be combated by a contrarian investment approach which takes opportunistic leaps into particular equities. This strategy enables Allan Gray to minimise volatility traditionally associated with equities by going stronger during market troughs and pulling back during peaks to address your clients’ income needs.