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ABA – AFMA Commence discussions on potential collaboration

ABA – AFMA Commence discussions on potential collaboration

2 November 2022

The Australian Banking Association (ABA) and the Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA) have commenced exploring ways to collaborate in the interest of our respective members.

These discussions may cover opportunities for collective stakeholder advocacy and initiatives which benefit our respective members.

At this stage, these discussions are preliminary. The ABA and AFMA will continue to keep members up to date on progress or any related proposals.

For further information: ABA Media – [email protected]

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Cathie Schnitzerling: The country’s largest banks, along with the big supermarkets like Coles and Woolworths, Bunnings and Australia Post, have agreed to pay Armaguard $50 million to ensure that cash can get to you and me for the next year. But after that, it’s still not clear whether there will be a sustainable way to… Read more »

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Interview on ABC News Breakfast about agreement with Armaguard
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Michael Rowland: Let’s get more now on one of the main stories we’re following this morning, that big financial lifeline given to cash transport company Armaguard. It’s been bailed out by the big four banks, Woolworths and Coles, and a number of other major retailers who rely on the service to get their cash. The… Read more »

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