We manage $8 billion in mortgages

Firstmac home loans combine great rates with personalised service, and the convenience of managing your money online.

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Premier Sponsor of the Brisbane Broncos

Since 2012, Firstmac has been a proud Premier Sponsor of the Brisbane Broncos

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Awarded the highest ranking by Standard & Poor’s

International ratings agency Standard & Poor’s has awarded Firstmac its highest possible ranking for loan serviceability.

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CFO James Austin explains our High Livez Investment fund

High Livez is a bond fund backed by prime, Australian home loans. It opens up a market that is usually restricted to institutional investors.

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07 Jul 2016

S&P Affirms Firstmac “Strong” Ranking

Australia’s largest non-bank lender, Firstmac Ltd, has welcomed ratings agency S&P Global Ratings’ decision to affirm its overall “Strong” prime residential loan servicer ranking, with a Stable outlook.

Firstmac Managing Director Kim Cannon said the ranking, which is the highest possible, confirmed Firstmac’s position as a prudent and sustainable lender.

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22 May 2016

Firstmac Partners with DBS For Australian RMBS Issue

Australia’s largest non-bank lender Firstmac has partnered for the first time with Singapore’s largest local bank DBS Bank Limited to conduct a $500 million issue of Residential Mortgage Backed Securities (RMBS).

The $500 million RMBS issue, which was co-managed by DBS Bank, was priced at 150 basis points over the Bank Bill Swap Rate...

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20 May 2016

Firstmac Completes $500 Million RMBS Issue

Australia’s largest non-bank lender, Firstmac, has continued to narrow the pricing gap with the major banks, today pricing $500 million in Residential Mortgage Backed Securities at 150 basis points over the Bank Bill Swap Rate.

The deal compares favourably with recent issues including a major bank issue at +140 points and a non-bank lender at +155 points... 

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04 May 2016

Firstmac to pass on May rate cut in full

Firstmac will pass on the RBA rate cut in full to customers. The market-leading Australian lender will pass on the 0.25 percent cut to customers, effective 23 May.Firstmac Managing Director, Kim Cannon, said brokers could help their customers save money every month in interest.
 
“Not all lenders have passed on the RBA rate cut in full, which leaves some customers with some big questions,” he said.

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