Please see below for a selection of items which relate to Vow Financial in the media. To see Vow Financials media releases - please click here.
Is the aggregators' service proposition up to scratch? MPA's 2013 Brokers on Aggregators survey reveals all... Welcome to the 2013 MPA Brokers on Aggregators survey. This is the sixth year that ...
Having an online presence is essential for mortgage brokers, one aggregator has said, but it's not too good for generating volume through new clients. According to Vow Financial CEO Tim Brown, ...
The great debate between brokers and financial planners has been ignited again For two industries that often work in close concert, brokers and planners often find themselves at odds philosophically. ...
Creating online video may seem out of reach for many brokers, but two experts say it’s easier than you think.
Mortgage brokers have a clear advantage over financial planners in advising ‘mum and dad’ investors in key product areas, the head of a major brokerage has said.
Since Wealth Professional announced the merger of a mortgage broking firm with financial planners, a debate has sparked up among the two financial services sectors over which profession should be handling clients’ finances. The latest to chime in is Vow Financial CEO, Tim Brown, who has suggested to Australian Broker that planners are selling their clients products and investments that they don’t want.
Australian aggregator Vow Financial is not ruling out the possibility that it is considering a move into the New Zealand market.
Vow Financial CEO, Tim Brown, says MGF Consulting Group head, Max Franchitto’s comments yesterday suggesting financial planners should take over broker jobs need a serious re-think.
Mortgage brokers' share of the lending market is expected to reach well over 40 per cent over the coming year, according to the Mortgage Finance Association of Australia (MFAA).
Last July, Vow Financial began 'aggressively' targeting recruits around
the country in an effort to expand its broker network - and the
response has been surprising, says the aggregator's CEO, Tim Brown.
Vow Financial CEO, Tim Brown, says brokers are starting to have higher
expectations of their aggregators thanks to, among other things,
heightened licensing-related stress levels.
The falling costs of funds will not encourage Australia's banks to
cut their rates independently of the Reserve Bank, two industry
stakeholders have claimed.
Lower interest rates, a likely increase in house
prices, and the opportunity to broaden brokers' revenue streams paint a
positive picture for 2013, says Vow's Tim Brown.
A mortgage war between the four major banks and the smaller banks is
looming as APRA figures show regional banks Bendigo & Adelaide Bank
and Suncorp along with investment bank Macquarie Bank and mutual bank
Members Equity Bank competed strongly for new mortgage customers in
In a bid to demonstrate its commitment to its growth strategy one aggregator has made a key new recruit in Queensland.
Vow Financial has continued its growth strategy by appointing a new state manager.
This week, we talk competitive advantage, continual improvement and recognition with Vow's Marketing Manager, Matt Mitchener.
What will the official cash rate be at the end of 2013? We ask a few of the industry players.
Citibank and The Adviser brought together
Australia's largest aggregation groups and key industry stakeholders
asked them for their predictions about the third party distribution
The popularity of low doc mortgages has begun to wane
of late - it seems some brokers have become wary of writing these types
of loans. The Adviser seeks to dispel some of the common misconceptions.