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.
Last month, The Adviser revealed that a majority of brokers will review their aggregation contract within 12 months. Concluding this two-part feature, we ask brokers what would influence a decision to switch aggregators.
Financial planning firms are increasingly likely to link with mortgage brokers, but the different skill sets, remuneration models and legal interpretations remain a barrier to planners actually writing mortgages.
The stakes are high for aggregators looking to recruit members, with new research revealing a majority of brokers will "review" their contract within the next 12 months. In an industry first, The Adviser surveyed the industry to reveal what drives the choices brokers make when deciding which aggregators to join.
Gathering Pace: MFAA Ramps Up Campaign for Banking Reforms - Australian Broker Online (22 August 2012)
The MFAA's campaign for reforms to the banking system seems to have the attention of our politicians - so what next? We speak to the MFAA's Phil Naylor and Tim Brown of Vow Financial for their thoughts on Australia's banking system and how the proposed changes could revolutionise the broking industry.
As the broking industry becomes increasingly 'professional', many are moving towards charging for providing advice. But is the industry as a whole ready for a fee-based approach? The Adviser investigates
Brokers looking to incorporate financial services to their business have three choices: bring a financial planner on board; refer the client across to another finance professional; or become a financial planner in your own right.
Senior executives from the nation's broking and aggregation groups went head to head in front of a respected panel of judges yesterday, in a bid to show why they should receive top honours at this year's Australian Broking Awards.