Court finds a number of different bank fees are capable of being considered unlawful penalties.
Credit card reforms are seen as a win for consumers, but are all banks conforming to the new rules?
Caught Short, a new report by three universities explores the role of small, short-term loans in the lives of Australians
6400 consumers to benefit following ASIC action on discharge and termination fees.
Peer-to-peer lending has the potential to replace banking, but the concept faces a number of challenges.
ASIC releases new guidelines which make it easier to swicth banks.
The new financial services licence will see up to 10,000 more licensed advisors.
ANZ’s decision to pass on the RBA’s interest rate cut in full is welcome. Other banks should do the same.
CHOICE says that Australian's expect the banks to pass on the RBA's rate cut.
New report by the Centre for Social Impact finds nearly 3 million Australians are excluded from financial services.
ASIC has welcomed moves by the banking sector and two independent ATM providers to provide free ATM transactions at 76 ATMs in remote Indigenous communities.
FCA welcomes announcement that problems with ATM access in remote Indigenous communities will be addressed, but consumer groups are not happy with the lack of action on other problems with ATM fees.