SBS operating surplus jumps, targets reverse mortgage growth

The SBS Group reported an operating surplus of $55.2 million for the year ending March 2021, up from $21.3 million in the previous 12 months.

HSBC fixed rates creep up

HSBC has raised its 12 month and 18 month home loans above the 2% threshold as mortgage rates begin to edge up from record lows.

Avanti slashes near-prime mortgage rate

Avanti has reduced its near-prime mortgage rate to under 4%, as non-bank lenders offer increasingly competitive loans.

Harmoney floats

Lender and former P2P specialist Harmoney has joined the stock market in Australia and New Zealand.

Pepper makes trail pledge

Pepper Money will keep paying trail to advisers with Covid-19 affected clients until the end of next year.

Financial Markets Authority takes ANZ to court

The Financial Markets Authority has filed court proceedings against ANZ New Zealand over issues with credit card repayment insurance policies.

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