iChoice News

May 17 – with Dr Andrew Wilson (Domain Group)

You are officially invited to our event with Dr Andrew Wilson (Domain) at ANZ Stadium on Tuesday May 17th. We have 160 confirmed attendees and only 90 seats remaining. To confirm your attendance, please visit www.tinyurl.com/DevineEvent
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Ranked No. 1 in NSW

Awesome to be ranked at the top by the happy dragon in 2015. Our strong relationships with the banks helps us to provide an unbeatable service offering to our clients and their friends.
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Happy New Year!

What an action-packed year! The most exciting news at iChoice being the extension of our partnership to accomplished banking professional & executive manager Maroun and the vastly experienced Victoria, our new iChoice Operations Manager. We'll all be be back in a couple of weeks, but to all our clients our mobiles will of course remain on for you! Feel free…
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Advice for Investors

ABC News last night phrased the question "will this spring be a boom or 'ka-boom'". It will be interesting tonight to see the days results... not so much the auction results themselves, but how the media decides to interpret them, since they can be very powerful in changing our moods. The boom in 2003 came…
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APRA Pressures Lenders to Tighten Investment Lending Policies

Having received a large number of calls of concern last week over what is happening in the banking industry, I thought I'd copy the email here that I sent out last week. APRA is the regulatory body for ADI's, being Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions (mainly the banks). First, the changes are not targeted at home loans…
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Yesterday’s Interest Rate Cut

In the aftermath of yesterdays rate cut, we now wait to see how the banks will react and how much of the 25 points they will pass on. ANZ took an early opportunity to pass it on in full but disappointingly the CBA passed on only 20 points moments later. It'll be interesting to observe…
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Dumping of markets advisory board is another independent voice lost

When is reducing red tape not reducing red tape? When the phrase is used to support the removal of advocacy capacity within any sector of our community. Peak bodies, government bodies and other regulators and supervisory organisations are critical in protecting the interests of vulnerable people and the wider community. To remove the advocacy agencies…
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