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A sensible path forward for Open Banking
10 May 2018: The announcement by the Federal Government of a phased approach for introducing Open Banking is a sensible path forward for this important reform, enabling banks to design a secure system which benefits Australian consumers.
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Power of attorney order changes will protect against elder financial abuse
9 May 2018: The announcement in this year’s budget of a move to standardise power of attorney orders and create a national online register will help empower bank staff as they play their part in tackling the growing problem of financial abuse against the elderly across the country.
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A sensible path forward for Open Banking
10 May 2018
The announcement by the Federal Government of a phased approach for introducing Open Banking is a sensible path forward for this important reform, enabling banks to design a secure system which benefits Australian consumers.
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