Michael Bradley December 7, 2017 4 Comments
Even an aggressive commissioner who manages to work around the commission's impotent framing probably won't reveal anything we don't already know.
email@example.com November 24, 2017 7 Comments
With calls for a royal commission into banks gaining volume, what questions should we be asking?
Crikey July 3, 2015 2 Comments
Despite the unanimity that banking regulation needs to be improved, the government is involved in secret negotiations that would halt further financial regulation, Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer report.
Crikey December 8, 2014 2 Comments
In calling for an end to SMSF borrowing, the Murray Inquiry has given the government a headache over a sector that is part of the Liberal constituency, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Bernard Keane October 28, 2014 2 Comments
It's time investors were told how Australian banks perform in stress tests -- like overseas investors are told, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Bernard Keane June 20, 2014 6 Comments
Secret trade negotiations revealed by WikiLeaks show the US trying to head off moves to protect citizens' data from US control.
Stephen Mayne February 10, 2014 6 Comments
Is there a potential conflict of interest for former Commonwealth Bank CEO David Murray when he conducts a review of Australia's financial system?
Bernard Keane December 20, 2012 1 Comment
Regulations for the government's key Future of Financial Advice reforms may leave conflicted remuneration-like commissions in place. Bill Shorten is scrambling to plug the hole.
Bernard Keane April 20, 2012
Careful what research you attach to your submission calling for reform. It might do a lot of damage to your case.