Murray inquiry bad news for Coalition on super, financial planning
Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane|
Jul 15, 2014 12:54PM |EMAIL|PRINT
The Murray Financial Services Inquiry warns of the very problems the government is now making worse in financial planning and super — and departs from the holy writ of earlier financial inquiries.
The interim report of the Financial Services Inquiry, headed by former Commonwealth Bank chief David Murray, has given the Australian financial system a big tick, with no significant changes flagged for the structure and nature of the system. But the report does raise significant concerns about two of the most significant issues in the sector