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Tuesday, October 23, 2018
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Banks will start to look less alike: Elliott

The evolution of data usage and technology has pushed banks to explore partnerships and start grappling with their source of competitive advantage.

AFCA expects ‘big spike’ in disputes

The new complaints body’s chair, Helen Coonan, expects a flood of cases from consumers emboldened by news from the Hayne royal commission.

ASIC to embed inspectors 'as early as next week'

The regulator has warned that its new inhouse inspectors will be embedded within the big five within "days and weeks" and that super funds may be next. Alice Uribe writes.

Taming the misconduct within

Individuals' perceptions of their own brilliance and beliefs about ethics create obvious risks but still don't have as much impact on decision-making as organisational culture.

Time for ASIC to get interested in investment committees

A leading authority on managed accounts says they are evolving so quickly the regulator hasn’t been able to produce appropriate rules for the people who run them.

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