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Submissions 2011

ABA submission Impacts of COAG Reforms - Business Regulation
3 Nov 2011
In this submission to the Productivity Commission, the Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) wishes to focus on the Commonwealth Government’s and the Council of Australian Governments’ (COAG) credit regulatory reform program.
27 October: Review into shop trading provisions of the Retail Trading Act 2008
27 Oct 2011
In this submission to the NSW Industrial Relations, Department of Finance and Services, the Australian Bankers’ Association’s (ABA) comments are restricted to Section I of the discussion paper relating to banking trading under Part 3A of the Act.
ABA Submission Future of Financial Advice (FOFA) reforms
24 Oct 2011
The Australian Bankers' Association (ABA) provided comments on the Exposure Draft Corporations Amendment (Further Future of Financial Advice Measures) Bill 2011 and accompanying draft Explanatory Memorandum.
Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) position statement to Treasury re Tax Forum 4-5 October 2011
12 Sep 2011
The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) will put forward proposals to encourage more saving by proposing further tax breaks for bank customers, urge the Government to make it easier for staff with children to stay in work and support changes to State tax arrangements leading to national harmonisation. The Tax Forum will be held on October 4 – 5, 2011.
Inquiry into the Interactive Gambling and Broadcasting Amendment (Online Transactons and Other Measures) Bill
5 Sep 2011
The ABA provided comments to the Joint Select Committee on Gambling Reform in relation to the Interactive Gambling and Broadcasting Amendment (Online Transactions and Other Measures) Bill 2011.
ABA submission Exposure Draft – National Consumer Credit Protection Amendment (Enhancement) Bill 2011
5 Sep 2011
The ABA provided comment to Treasury on the National Consumer Credit Protection Amendment (Enhancements) Bill and specifically enhancements to the regulation of short term, small amount (payday) lending.
ABA submission National Disaster Insurance Review inquiry into flood and related matters issues paper
29 Jul 2011
The ABA provided comments to the National Disaster Insurance Review Inquiry. The ABA strongly believes that increasing the numbers of consumers who make the right insurance choice for their particular needs and circumstances is best achieved not through intervention in the insurance market such as via a mandated ‘automatic flood cover’ approach or intervention in the banking system such as via a legal obligation on lenders to mandate insurance cover, but rather through reform of the insurance market combined with government-industry initiatives. Competition in the insurance market should seek to provide clearer information, better disclosure and an enhanced choice of suitable insurance products
ABA submission Assessment and Professional Development Framework for Financial Advisers
14 Jun 2011
The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) provided comments to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) Consultation Paper 153: Licensing: Assessment and professional development framework for financial advisers.
Fees for Banking Services 2011 Report
1 Jun 2011
This report was prepared by the Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) which analyses the data on fees for banks’ services. The report shows households are paying less for banking because banks have cut fees. The data shows banks cut $835 million of fee revenue from households in 2010, reducing the cost of banking.
ABA supplementary submission on Inquiry into the National Consumer Credit Protection Amendment (Credit Card and Home Loans) Bill 2011
27 May 2011
The ABA provided two submissions to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics on the exposure draft National Consumer Credit Protection Amendment (Credit Cards and Home Loans) Bill 2011. The ABA and its member banks have significant concerns with the Government’s policy on credit cards and home loans key fact sheets.

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