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SMSF borrowing reprieved

The SMSF leverage data is worrying, worse than when David Murray reported.The policy decision – LRBA stays within SMSFs – is one motivated by the worry over the credit slowdown. Josh Frydenberg is the author of this decision, one the treasurer made in defiance of advice from the Council of Financial Regulators to ban this practice.This may not last, with Labor still promising to police the misuse of super as a wealth management play thing and adhere to the FSI’s five-year old advice. read more

AD: The Open Banking Revolution

With the shift to open banking fast approaching in Australia, how well is your organisation preparing? How well will your teams navigate this change? There is no shortage of information on the meaning and implications of Open Banking, however, there seems to be a deficiency of tangible use cases to learn from. Learn from two top UK and more than ten Australian experts at the Open Banking and APIs Summit, Melbourne 2019, held during the third week of May. Chris Michael, CTO at Open Banking UK and Georgios Miltiadous, Head of Open Banking Delivery at HSBC UK headline this conference. Among Australian leaders sharing their experiences will be Volt Bank, MyState, BankVic, RACQ Bank, MoneyPlace and Money Brilliant. The CEO of ARCA, overseer of the recent comprehensive credit reporting exercise will reflect on a parallel reform journey, one now bearing fruit. Held over 2 days at The Victoria Hotel, Melbourne, don't miss this chance for discounted access to the Open Banking and APIs Summit. Tuesday 21 May and Wednesday 22 May 2019. Conference produced by IQPC. Read the full article at the website and lock in early bird savings of $800. read more

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