BRN KPI For BanksRC

Tips to identify a phony inquiry

Summary: 

Turnbull and the banks wanted a sham Royal Commission into the the finance sector. BRN has released 11 Key Performance Indicators to help us identify whether the Hayne inquiry is genuine or not. The Commissioner has the powers required to make sure each point is met. Will he do the job? Apart from successfully meeting the KPIs the other measure of the Commission's worth will of course be the brightness of the smile on the Turnbull dial.

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Dr P Brandson
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BRN - Press Release
Date First Published: 
15 Apr 2018
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Peter Brandson
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