Aussie Lenders Beat Back Push For Tougher Regs

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Westpac are pushing back government efforts to impose tougher banking regulations to fuel greater competition in the industry.

  • 06 Dec 2010
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The Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Westpac are pushing back government efforts to impose tougher banking regulations to fuel greater competition in the industry. CBA and Westpac have suggested that the government would be better to hold consultations with industry players to correct perceived ills in the sector, noting that new reforms would not likely enhance competition, which they claim has been surging during the current global financial downturn.

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  • 06 Dec 2010

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