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Speeches

These speeches have been delivered by the Australian Banking Association Chief Executive Officer and policy directors at various forums and conferences.

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The challenges of funding Australian banks in 2012
14 Mar 2012
Speech by Steven Münchenberg, Chief Executive of the Australian Bankers’ Association Delivered at the AB + F Mortgage Innovation conference on 14 March 2012
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What does Basel III mean for banks’ customers and their shareholders?
28 Jun 2011
Speech by Steven Münchenberg, Chief Executive of the Australian Bankers’ Association. Delivered at the Systemic Risk, Basel III, Financial Stability and Regulation Conference.
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Balancing bank stability and competition
1 Jun 2011
Speech by Steven Münchenberg, Chief Executive of the Australian Bankers' Association. Delivered at the Banking Regulations Forum in Sydney.
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Where’s the Money? Funding the Australian economy and businesses
11 May 2011
Speech by Steven Münchenberg, Chief Executive of the Australian Bankers’ Association. Delivered at an Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce event in Brisbane.
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Banking for Fun and Profit
30 Sep 2010
Speech by Steven Münchenberg, Chief Executive of the Australian Bankers’ Association. Delivered at the 15th Finsia - ACFS Banking and Finance Conference, Melbourne
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The Competitive Pricing of Savings and Term Deposits: Is It Sustainable and What are the Likely Outcomes?
19 May 2010
Speech by Steven Münchenberg, Chief Executive of the Australian Bankers’ Association. Delivered at the Australian Retail Deposits Conference

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