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Business 'has firepower' to stop modern slavery
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Business 'has firepower' to stop modern slavery

BCA's chief Jennifer Westacott argues Australian business can take the lead using their economic clout.

  • by Anna Patty

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Conflict of interest warning as MPs weigh bid to ease APVMA strain
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Conflict of interest warning as MPs weigh bid to ease APVMA strain

A Coalition attempt to unclog the pesticides authority's workload risks backfiring, the main public sector union says.

  • by Doug Dingwall
'Why wait': challenge laid down to the banks and Parliament
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'Why wait': challenge laid down to the banks and Parliament

Here's a way we can get some action from the banks without having to wait.

  • by Adele Ferguson
Optimism despite royal commission 'gobbledygook'
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Optimism despite royal commission 'gobbledygook'

At first glance, Rod Gaskell is underwhelmed by the recommendations designed to overhaul the financial sector. 

  • by Sumeyya Ilanbey & John Collett
Ban on grandfathered commissions in advice shake-up
Financial planners

Ban on grandfathered commissions in advice shake-up

The royal commission has called for a ban on “grandfathered” commissions for financial advice, tighter curbs on fees charged by advisers and a new disciplinary regime for the sector.

  • by Clancy Yeates
Massive shake-up on the cards for superannuation
Superannuation

Massive shake-up on the cards for superannuation

Executives in the $2.8 trillion superannuation sector will be subject to the same oversight as bank chiefs, millions of dollars in fees will be abolished, and workers will only be able to be defaulted into an account once.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
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How much would you pay upfront for a mortgage broker?
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How much would you pay upfront for a mortgage broker?

Customers would be forced to pay mortgage brokers fees for their services, under recommendations for a radical shake-up to the broking industry.

  • by Clancy Yeates
Hayne's verdict on the banks in his own words
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Hayne's verdict on the banks in his own words

This is how the man who headed the landmark inquiry explains his thinking.

  • by Kenneth Hayne
Crimes, radical changes to super, home lending from Hayne final report
Kenneth Hayne

Crimes, radical changes to super, home lending from Hayne final report

The royal commission maps a blueprint to overhaul financial services in Australia

  • by Sarah Danckert, Clancy Yeates and Eryk Bagshaw
Adele Ferguson: Customers who hoped for blood and gore will be left disappointed
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Adele Ferguson: Customers who hoped for blood and gore will be left disappointed

The 79 recommendations are subtle and the public should not expect any massive changes.

  • by Adele Ferguson
The banking royal commission final report at a glance
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The banking royal commission final report at a glance

Home loans, super, financial advice and more as we run down all the key recommendations from Kenneth Hayne's landmark inquiry

  • by Shane Wright