Murray Inquiry (75 items)

China's shadow banking industry in need of reform

Andrew Cornell, managing editor at BlueNotes reviews Shadow Banking in China: An Opportunity for Financial Reform, by Andrew Sheng and Ng Chow Soon from the Fung Global Institute. read more

McMillan Shakespeare's vehicle finance acquisitions make a contribution

Retail finance activities made a significant contribution to the earnings of the remuneration services and fleet leasing specialist McMillan Shakespeare, as the company started to enjoy a strong revenue flow from recent acquisitions in the finance market. Now the company says it is ready to expand its retail finance activities beyond vehicles. read more

Summing up the Murray Report - Financial System Inquiry interim report overview, recap and links

Read Banking Day's continuously updated summary of the Murray Inquiry's statements so far, likely findings, and reactions from the industry.The Financial System Inquiry - often called "the Murray Inquiry" - is  the first full-scale examination of Australia’s financial system since 1997. The interim report found that the banking system generally works, but the superannuation system has big problems.The report has also canvassed some radical banking regulation options against which the industry is pushing back. read more

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