Merix Financial news

  • The future of D+H and Marlborough Stirling

    Broker networks cutting out technology middle-men? That could become a reality, according to one lending veteran

  • Are you ready for a digital evolution?

    We asked one recent inductee to the Mortgage Hall of Fame where the mortgage channel was headed – and the dangers of not keeping pace

  • Fee models and broker responsibility

    Brokers who want a more lucrative fee model may have to fight for it, suggests one industry veteran.

  • Female broker-only golf tournament sells out

    Meadowbrook Golf and country club will play host to the sixth-annual Ontario Women’s Mortgage Industry Golf tournament on September 16 and the event is already sold out.

  • CMP releases complete list of nominees

    CMP magazine is sharing all of candidates for the upcoming Canadian Mortgage Awards, the most exhaustive and representative list in the awards’ celebrated history.

  • Broker urges investment over trailer fees

    The issue of trailer fees is once again sparking debate among brokers as they look to secure their financial futures in very insecure times.

  • Merix/Paradigm Quest wins new owner

    Controlling interest in Merix Financial has been sold to a large international equity firm, the lender’s CEO Boris Bozic told MortgageBrokerNews.ca, also sharing the news with employees Thursday.

  • Going exclusive

    Mortgage professionals say they’ve had enough of clients going to the bank, with broker commitment letters in hand. As Vernon Clement Jones finds out, a growing number are thinking exclusivity agreements will stop them in their tracks

  • Brokers on Lenders Survey: The results are in

    Brokers’ opinions of lenders have undergone some changes over the past year and they are reflected in the results of CMP’s 5th annual Brokers on Lenders Survey.

  • Bozic weighs in on exclusivity agreements

    A broker channel lender is endorsing the idea of client exclusivity agreements, arguing the time has come for an industry-wide discussion on those controversial but, perhaps, increasingly necessary contracts.