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Broker Lender Market Share – Q1 2018

– canadianmortgagetrends.com

Credit unions saw their slice of the broker pie shrink in Q1. That comes despite OSFI’s January 1 stress test, which played right into their hands given they are provincially regulated. Broker market share for CUs fell 0.6% versus Q1 2017. Less competitive pricing was a key reason. In particular, CUs offering non-OSFI compliant mortgages […]

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