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Banking royal commissioner Kenneth Hayne.

Dear minister, you don’t have to worry about the banks being moral

Agriculture Minister David Littleproud is worried about banks acting like moral arbiters. We're here to tell him not to stress.

Former AMP chair Catherine Brenner (Image: AAP/Daniel Munoz)

ASIC leave pass doesn’t wipe the slate clean for ex-AMP chair Catherine Brenner

ASIC has confirmed it is no longer investigating Brenner over her role in the allegations arising out of the banking royal commission. But her part in the ultimate demise of AMP should not be forgotten.

Clockwise from top left: Commonwealth Bank CEO Matt Comyn, NAB CEO Ross McEwan, Westpac CEO Peter King and ANZ CEO Shayne Elliot (Images: AAP)

Notice to banks #1: compassion, context and communication are now your KPIs

The way the big four banks respond to the recession will define their reputations for years to come.

Want to fix banking culture? Here’s where to start.

Crikey readers discuss the drastic steps needed to fix the broken culture steering Australia's banks, while elsewhere readers enter the ongoing religious freedom debate.

Former Westpac CEO Brian Hartzer (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

Banking culture wars a battle with no winners

Despite years of talk about fixing bank culture, Westpac shows us nothing has changed.

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Heads are rolling at Westpac, and no one is equipped to catch them

Westpac is in damage control following the AUSTRAC scandal, but there are signs the bank's top brass is still in denial.

Westpac has crossed the Rubicon

Even within the frame of our lowered faith in the banking sector, Westpac's alleged 23 million breaches of anti-money laundering laws may be a bridge too far.

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Don’t expect anything to change in the broken banking sector

Crikey readers respond to recent revelations of transgressions by Westpac, and question whether we'll ever see the effects of the banking royal commission (or even an adequate response from the government).

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Is a former banking doyen teaching bureaucrats empathy?

The government is paying big bucks to learn about empathy. And the people they're paying have very interesting resumes.

NAB chairman Ken Henry (Image AAP/Daniel Pockett)

NAB chairman was ‘confident’ bank was selling rip off products

Good morning, early birds. A leaked report has brought fresh scrutiny to NAB's conduct during the royal commission, and yet more probes are summoned into Crown Resorts' conduct. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

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