Australian aggregator Vow Financial is not ruling out the possibility that it is considering a move into the New Zealand market.
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.
A sluggish credit growth environment hasn’t stopped one of Australia’s largest aggregators from recording unprecedented volumes.
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.
Brokers better suited to serve financial planners' clients, counters aggregator CEO - Broker News (22 March 2013)
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.
Mortgage war looms as smaller banks show they are more than willing home loan providers: APRA - Property Observer (8 February 2013)
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 2012.
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 channel.