Hayne Covers Up More Than He Reveals

Did he ask for more power and time? He should have.

Summary: 

Commissioner Hayne took on a role that deliberately limited his chances of successfully exposing the serious misconduct and crimes bankers are engaging in and profiting from. While there are some good suggestions for reforms in his report - he is really tinkering around the edges. While many in the media are keen to analyse what he has come up with - the real story is what he didn't look at.

Here we present some opinions re: his work but we also are keen to consider the areas that were not properly investigated ... or ignored. There is more work to do if Australians want a finance system that exists to serve their interests. That is a very different beast to the one that Hayne has been investigating.

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Author: 
Dr P Brandson - CEO BRN
Source: 
Bank Reform Now Press Release
Date First Published: 
5 Feb 2019
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Peter Brandson
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