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The ABA’s Conduct Background Check Protocol was established in June 2017 to assist subscribing ABA member banks when hiring to find out better information about a job applicant’s past employment history and conduct record. This is designed to create more consistency in hiring so individuals with poor conduct records can’t move from one job to… Read more »
“The small business sector is already powering Australia’s economic recovery. In the three months to August 2021, $10 billion in new lending was made to small business.”
Unlike paying to a BSB and account number, PayID gives the user the ability to confirm the name of the account holder before they transfer funds.
Services such as PayID, BPay and e-invoicing will show who you’re paying before you pay, ensuring money is going to the intended account.
“it’s heartening to see the need for assistance declining as many States and Territories come out of lockdown”
Australia’s banking industry is introducing six new reforms in the space of one week.
As more Australians experience financial scams, the ABA has launched a new campaign to raise awareness on the increasing threat of scams, warning Australians to be on the lookout for scam phone calls, texts and emails. FULL TRANSCRIPT: ABA CEO Anna Bligh spoke with ABC Radio’s Ross Marsden. Ross Marsden The Australian Banking Association has… Read more »
More than 57,000 customers have received hardship assistance during recent lockdowns across Australia.
“Many people don’t realise how prevalent financial abuse is and that it may be a red flag for future violence.”