The Government needs to restore competitive neutrality in the fixed income market as a first step in the development of a stronger domestic fixed income and corporate bond market, says the Australian Securitisation Forum.
Other initiatives suggested include improving access to securities through a trading platform or listing, relaxing prospectus rules, putting more emphasis on financial education, and encouraging the development of new niche products.
These recommendations are included in a report on the state of Australia's fixed income market prepared by Deloitte Access...
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