Senate Inquiry Misses The Point

It is clear - politicians are protecting bankers

Summary: 

The Hayne RC and the Senate Access To Justice inquiry have dropped the ball. The only way banks can engage with clients in the heavy handed, deceptive, unconscionable and often criminal way that they do is thanks to a "justice" system that enables and allows them to get away with serious abuses. Any other business or individual that treated clients in the way the banks regularly do would see perpetrators fined and jailed. Yes - the abuses we have researched are that serious. Politicians and multiple inquires have been informed. So clearly the other protection required by banks is political. Therefore until people take political action to reform the system nothing will be achieved. Election 2019 is the time to take action.

Here we look at the weak recommendations from the Senate Access to Justice inquiry with contributions from the BRN Advisory Panel.

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Dr Peter Brandson - BRN CEO
Date First Published: 
8 Apr 2019
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