Bank inquiry’s massive dragnet

Original article by Richard Gluyas
The Australian – Page: 13 & 16 : 21-Dec-17

The royal commission into financial services will require banks, insurers and superannuation funds to disclose any instances of misconduct since the start of 2008, and whether they are currently the subject of criminal or civil proceedings. Commissioner Kenneth Hayne has indicated that industry super funds will also be required provide an explanation for any expenditure that not is related to the fund’s administration or the payment of members’ benefits. Meanwhile, Small Business & Family Enterprise Ombudsman Kate Carnell, has reservations about a revised banking code of practice.

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AUSTRALIA. OFFICE OF THE AUSTRALIAN SMALL BUSINESS AND FAMILY ENTERPRISE OMBUDSMAN, INDUSTRY SUPER AUSTRALIA PTY LTD, AUSTRALIAN PRUDENTIAL REGULATION AUTHORITY, HIGH COURT OF AUSTRALIA

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