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Michael Keating. The Financial System Inquiry. Part 3: Investor protection and other matters.

I am reposting Part 3 of this important series by Michael Keating which was posted during the holiday period.  John Menadue Investor protection It is now more than 15 years since the present regulatory system was established for the financial … Continue reading

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Michael Keating. The Financial System Inquiry. Part 2: Superannuation and Retirement Incomes

I am reposting Part 2 of this important series which you may have missed during the holiday period. John Menadue. Australia’s retirement income system is based on three pillars: A means-tested age pension funded from general revenue which alleviates poverty … Continue reading

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Michael Keating. The Financial System Inquiry. Part 1: Resilience of the Financial System.

I am reposting this important article in case you missed it during the holiday period.  John Menadue With its budget stalled the Abbott Government has often appeared to be floundering and devoid of any long term economic plan or strategy. … Continue reading

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