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From Campbell to Hayne: W[h]ither Australia?

Australian financial regulation and supervision at a cross-roads. Whilst the Hayne Royal Commission identified egregious behaviour in banks and large financial institutions, far greater economic damage has occurred in less well known sectors of the Australian financial system.

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Empirical analysis supports the Hayne long run reform thesis

Australia has arguably benefited from its market based regulatory system and progressed toward its first objective of an entrepreneurial wealth creating society competing with its global peers; the second objective, being investment stability and risk mitigation, has for many people been an abject disaster.

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THE REAL HAYNE - THE END OF THE BEGINNING

The Australian Government is in receipt of four landmark reports: the Heydon Royal Commission, Productivity Commission (superannuation and financial sector competition), and the Hayne Royal Commission. Each of them points to deep systemic and cyclical problems in the provision of financial products and financial services.

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David Appears on Your Money with Ticky Fullerton

Ticky Fullerton speaks with the chair of Household Capital Nick Sherry, Adam Creighton chats with Gabriel Sterne from Oxford Economics and CEO of the AIIA Ron Gauci. Plus, editor of YourMoney.com.au Aleks Vickovich speaks with the founder of Legal Analytics David Millhouse

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Kenneth Hayne must traverse a legal quagmire

The complexity of the legal reform task facing banking royal commissioner Kenneth Hayne is laid bare in the first rigorous and detailed analysis of all the corporate collapses and fraudulent financial activity that hit consumers and ended up in court between 1981 and 2018.

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