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Q1 Broker Lender Roundup
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Canada’s largest public non-bank lenders have wrapped up their first quarters. Among others trends, two big themes this quarter were the tightening of mortgage spreads and a refocus on improving client retention.  To get colour on those and more, we combed through the transcripts of three non-bank giants, First National, Home Capital and Street Capital. Here are the highlights… Street Capital Notables from its call (Source): Street now has over $25 billion in mortgages under administration. $1.52 billion worth of mortgages was sold during the quarter compared to $1.62 billion the year before. CEO Ed Gettings said that Street’s first objective is to READ MORE

Mortgage Career: Westboro Management Ltd.
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Company: Westboro Management Ltd. Position: Business Development Manager Location: Ottawa/Gatineau, ON Apply to: monique@westboromic.com Business Development Manager Status:  Permanent, Full-Time Salary:  TBN Hours:  Standard (Flexible Hours may be required) Contact:  Monique Terriah Contact Email:  monique@westboromic.com   Description: The primary purpose of this position is to generate and maintain relationships with mortgage brokers and agents and provide strong support by communicating product information. The successful candidate will bring experience related to the mortgage brokerage community. Reporting to the V.P. of Operations the Business Development Manager’s primary responsibility is to retain and grow business with current registered brokers and develop and acquire READ MORE

Mortgage Career: VERICO Canada
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Company: VERICO Canada Position: Manager, Underwriting Location: Vancouver, BC Apply to: careers@verico.ca Manager, Underwriting VERICO is seeking a professional to join us as a Manager, Underwriting in our Vancouver head office location. VERICO Canada, recent winner of the CMA National Broker Network of the Year, is the head office of Canada’s #1 Mortgage Broker Network with 200+ offices and 2300+ mortgage brokers. The Manager, Underwriting is responsible for managing the VERICO central underwriting hub. The VERICO central underwriting hub will maintain and update mortgage files from the issued commitment stage to the time the solicitor is instructed. This mainly involves READ MORE

Scotiabank Adapts Its Mortgage Business
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
A recent Scotiabank survey reinforced what most of us already know: the Internet is radically changing banking. The bank found that: 96% of Canadians rely on the Internet for information. 89% of Canadians say it’s easier to get info online than through other sources. In turn, by 2020 less than 1 in 10 financial transactions will occur in branches, predicts Scotiabank CEO Brian Porter. “At the same time, we expect sales through digital channels to increase materially – likely in excess of 50% of total products sold,” he told the Financial Post. That’s exactly why the company has invested billions in READ MORE