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Narev: Brokers play a vital role in financial services       inShare by Julia Corderoy | 15 Aug 2014   The Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s market share of the mortgage world is huge, with the bank financing one in four home loans in Australia over the 2013/14 financial year. Brokers were behind 38% of the total home loan balance settled through the major lender during the year, which has increased slightly from the 37% share in the year to June 2013. Chief executive of CBA, Ian Narev told Australian Brokerbrokers play a vital role in the financial services industry.  “Brokers help our customers by offering expert opinions on decisions that are of great importance to them, particularly with home buying, but also in business lending as well. Our view is that brokers play an important part in the way many Australians want to deal with financial institutions, and our bank is happy to have solid...
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Top industry exec takes on mortgage fraud Australian Broker News by Amy Rosenfeld | 31 Jan 2014   Founding director of Club Financial Services Group Andrew Clouston has announced the release of a new product designed to stamp out mortgage fraud in Australia.Clouston says the product, MOGOcheck, has been so successful in the UK regulators have mandated a major lender to start using MOGO to toughen up the e-authentication process for punters wanting a quick loan, and he expects Australian regulators to follow suit.“I would envisage we’d be making similar announcements in the Australian market within three months comfortably,” says Clouston.MOGOcheck is a tool that allows brokers and lenders to provide a customer with a tool that gives them the ability to easily verify and transfer documents back to the lender or broker – in the format that they require.“The encryption of the data is direct from the source – being the banking...
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    Sounds like this is more about client fraud than Bank fraud. How are they going to stamp out internal Bank fraud if the regulator
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