Real estate group Domain has appointed a new Managing Director and CEO following the resignation of its previous leader in January. The role attracts a base salary of $1.2 million as well as a $500,000 signing-on bonus for remaining in the role until 31 December 2018. Sign up to Which-50’s

In the end it was all too complicated. Both of the private equity companies bidding to takeover Fairfax have withdrawn from the field and the media company is pushing ahead with its plan to float Domain. Which-50 understands that among the issues to scare off the suitors two in particular,

Online property sites Domain and have both announced moves into the home financing market this week. signing a new strategic mortgage broking partnership with NAB and is acquiring an 80.3 per cent stake in Smartline, an independent mortgage franchise broking business. Smartline has more than 300 advisers nationally, settling more than

Fairfax Media is in a trading halt. The company will issue a statement on the future of Domain, its blended online and print real estate business, in the next few days. Media reports in rival News Corp papers say the property group will be spun off, but that Fairfax will