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Joye: why lower risks mean lower bank returns

Despite much public interest in, and debate around, the major banks’ purported “gouging” and taxpayer-guaranteed status, some very fundamental questions remain unanswered, says Christopher Joye on Property Observer.

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Bartholomeusz: is this the end of ‘too big to fail’?

Around the world, bank executives are squealing at the proposed toughening of their capital and liquidity requirements and, around the world, regulators are ignoring them and pressing ahead.

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Ralph Norris: The Kiwi computer nerd on the way out of Australia’s top home lender

Ralph Norris knows what it’s like to be the most hated person in Australia. He’s greedy, overpaid, an enemy of the Aussie battler. But he also knows what it’s like to wield serious clout, writes Tom Cowie.

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Sovereign wealth fund … at least give it some thought please

The story in the Fairfax broadsheets today about how big business wants a sovereign wealth fund to save our windfall from the resources boom again was a horribly lopsided article.

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Ralph Norris and a bad apples-and-oranges comparison

Even though Ralph Norris is highly rated by regulators and bankers as not only doing a good job at the Commonwealth Bank, but also being a good banker, he has an unfortunate tendency to stick his Kiwi boot on his tongue and leave it there.

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Schwab: Gottliebsen got it wrong on bank executives

Perhaps Business Spectator’s legendary columnist Robert Gottliebsen isn’t reading Steve Keen’s columns (or these ones) particularly closely. If he did, he probably wouldn’t be blaming the bankers’ communication skills for their current public relations foibles.

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Gottliebsen: bankers must leave their bunkers

The boards of the four major Australian banks have appointed chief executives with a communication skills gap, writes Robert Gottliebsen from Business Spectator.

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Love, Ralph: Commonwealth Bank CEO comforts besieged employees

This morning Crikey received the below internal memo from Commonwealth Bank CEO Ralph Norris sent to Commonwealth employees.

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Despite Paperlinx shares tumbling, CEO earns big

Forget about CPI, if you want to see real inflation, have a read through the remuneration reports of ASX-listed companies.

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Norris’ pay obscenely high but not the worst

It seems like the widespread criticism of Ralph Norris’ $16 million pay packet for 2010 is perhaps harsh — in relative terms.

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Banks rewrite GFC history, ignores RBA lifeline

One of the urban myths is that our “strong” banks survived the GFC because of strong regulation.

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Codswallop! Ralph Norris’ CBA pay bonanza

Commonwealth Bank shareholders saw a 14% fall in their share-based payments (ie dividends) for the 2009 financial year. So why did CEO Ralph Norris end up with such a tasty slice of the pie?

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Norris’s pay cut just a shrewd sales pitch

Commonwealth Bank CEO Ralph Norris is taking a 10% pay cut, but he’ll still be earning substantially more than his predecessor.

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CBA determined to please its CEO

The Commonwealth Bank has decided to align its internal benchmarks with chief executive Ralph Norris’ personal bonus scheme, writes Andrew Crook.

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