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Businesses less satisfied with banks

Business customers are less satisfied with their banks than personal customers, the latest Roy Morgan Business Single Source survey revealing a further drop in the satisfaction level during the month of March.

Business satisfaction with banks hits high

Business banking customers have reached a new level of satisfaction, according to the latest findings from the Roy Morgan Research Business Banking Satisfaction Report.

Business customer satisfaction levels up among big banks

Business customers are seeing a higher level of satisfaction with their banks, according to a survey.

What can the big four offer your business?

All the big banks say they’re the best for small business, but they also all want a piece of this large part of the market. To cut through the confusion, here's an in-depth look at what each bank claims to have to offer SMBs.

Why every entrepreneur needs a mortgage broker

Legislative changes over the last few years to protect borrowers have made life easier for some and harder for others. While many borrowers now enjoy higher levels of protection, borrowing can now be harder for self-employed entrepreneurs.

Why you should get to know your local business banker

Running your own business is enormously rewarding but it’s also hard work. Not only do you have to be your own accounts department, you’re also the sales team, human resources manager and paymaster. The good news is that expert financial advice is closer than you think, and it comes in the form of your local business banker.

Expert tips for appearing more attractive to the banks

Seeking finance can be a daunting task, even for the most confident business owner. With careful planning and a clear view of what the banks are looking for, however, the burden of obtaining finance can be greatly reduced.

Rate cuts make no difference to business bank satisfaction

Businesses are no more satisfied with the major banks now than they were in October, despite two interest rate cuts in November and December.

Know how to secure a better bank deal

The old saying, you have to spend money to make money might be true, but one expert offers some insight into negotiating the best banking deals, so you don’t have to spend as much to get started or keep going.

How to get a better business banking deal

Intense competition between the banks is making it easier to get the best banking deal and loan terms for your business.

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