In this fourth instalment of The Truth with Tanya, Tanya Sale sits down with Leah Anderson of Leah Anderson and Associates, and discusses why Leah shifted from a stable career to self-employment. Find out the hows, the whys and what she wished she knew back when she started.
Home ownership may be the great Australian dream, but a recent survey from Australian National University found that 70 per cent of people didn’t believe they’d ever be able to own their own property. Tanya Sale of outsource financial sits down with Joanna James of Mortgage Ezy to explore housing affordability, when we can expect the markets to cool off, and how this is impacting the mortgage broking industry.
From volume bonus incentives and ‘soft dollar’ commissions, join outsource financial’s Tanya Sale as she examines the state of the mortgage industry and Australian banking amongst a slew of reports and investigations. In the first episode, Tanya is joined by Peter White of the FBAA to tackle the real issues affecting Australia’s mortgage industry
From volume bonus incentives and ‘soft dollar’ commissions, join outsource financial’s Tanya Sale as she examines the state of the mortgage industry amongst a slew of reports and investigations. The Truth with Tanya will feature conversations with industry leaders to discuss the real issues affecting mortgage professionals.
In this series, Projit Chatterjee of UBS Asset Management explains some of the key reasons why investors should be looking to emerging markets for future growth. It’s not just about finding a bargain; it’s understanding the underlying factors that make EM a convincing long-haul proposition.
An accident can have devastating consequences for clients, both physically and emotionally. In this AIA Australia claimant story, we meet Phil who after suffering from a knee injury that resulted in twelve operations left him unable to work.
An illness can have devastating consequences for clients. In this AIA Australia claimant story, we meet Ingrid who after receiving the devastating news that she had cancer, needed to be able to focus physically and emotionally on getting the best treatment for her recovery. Thanks to her adviser and her Crisis Recovery and Income Protection Insurance she was able to.
Pasquale had a young family, a successful pharmacy business and a commitment to good health. Then he had a heart attack. It was completely unexpected and, were it not for his crisis recovery insurance, his medical problem would have been compounded by financial ones. In this series, we look at how insurance helped him not only get back on his feet but also look at making some changes in his life.
The economic weight of the world is shifting. 10 years ago, emerging markets made up about 30% of the world’s GDP, now it’s almost half. UBS Asset Management’s Geoffrey Wong makes the case for emerging market opportunities for growth investors.