Banking Royal Commission
One year on, is our trust being restored?
One year after Australia's banking Royal Commission into misconduct handed down its report, a University of Melbourne expert looks at what has actually changed.
Care for our financial health
Many Australians stress over their finances, but University of Melbourne experts say the answer is better education, financial health checks and counselling
Focusing financial law on what really matters
Complex financial services law needs to be overhauled, with financial wellbeing at the core, say University of Melbourne experts in their FinFuture white paper.
Improving the finance sector for all Australians
Australians have lost faith in the financial sector; University of Melbourne experts propose reforms to refocus it on its core purpose – serving the community
Weighing up the policy responses to banking misconduct
Australia's major parties all have policies responding to financial services sector misconduct, but University of Melbourne experts say they are light on detail
The buck stops here: Holding banks responsible for dishonest conduct
A University of Melbourne expert says Commissioner Ken Hayne’s report into the Australian financial services industry is a roadmap to hold the sector to account
Is it time to rethink our banks being too big to fail?
A rethink is needed on Australia's 'too big to fail' regulations around its big banks, a point highlighted by NZ, says a University of Melbourne expert.
Australia’s Banking Royal Commission: Quo vadis?
A University of Melbourne expert says that reforming Australia’s banking sector can strengthen an industry that’s already suffering from a deficit of trust.
Misleading conduct? So what!
The Banking Royal Commission has shown us that disregard for the rule of law needs tougher penalties and rules, according to a University of Melbourne expert.
Making the financial industry more like a health service
Financial services need to rediscover their social mission in the wake of the latest misconduct revelations in Australia, argue University of Melbourne experts