Self-regulation: too little too late?

The new Life Insurance Code of Practice is hot off the press from the FSC. But will it resonate with consumers after an extended bout of bad publicity? According to …

Securitisation — The Comeback Kid?

The term securitisation brings back bad memories of the 2008 financial crisis and in many ways the Great Recession served to tarnish the reputation of the complex financing tool. But …

Super, stop talking about retirement

If super funds have any hope of engaging the younger generations, they have to stop talking about retirement. CoreData’s 2016 Member Engagement Research, published today, suggests around three in five …

Mortgage Stress, Just a Rate Rise Away

The persistently low interest rate environment, coupled with rising house prices, has had an interesting impact on the household debt position of Australians. While presenting some insights from CoreData’s latest …

Reason to believe: How do you back up your brand promise?

Business can be tough. You’ve might have a brilliantly-conceived product or service. Your marketing is attracting potential customers, and you and your marketing team, have completed a stellar job showing …

APRA Unintentionally Drives Massive Growth in the Non Bank Sector

One of the best proxies for what is happening in the housing market are the figures from Mortgage Broking Giant AFG – which reveal on a quarterly basis the home …

Harnessing content: three tips to improve your content marketing strategy

The content ‘bug’ has bitten marketers across all businesses: blogs, vlogs, infographics, interactive… content marketing has exploded. The challenge is in getting cut through with your content, making it something …

Developing a sound strategy: Have we lost the art of planning?

Developing a sound strategy: have we lost the art of planning? If you fail to plan, you plan to fail is one of the hackneyed sayings in business, yet many …