Post Royal Commission - A New Era
Financial Services looking to the future
Looking to the Future
The AFR Banking and Wealth Summit 2019, in association with Deloitte, was characterised as the Hayne Fall Out and combined hard hitting statements from the regulators, with industry discussion as to how best to manage the ‘go forward’ and rebuild systems to deliver good culture and trust, and be both ‘unquestionably good’ as well as ‘unquestionably strong’.
We’ve summarised some of the highlights in the downloadable wrap, and includes links to speeches, articles, the AFR, results from a pre-poll survey and live illustrations captured on the day.
AFR Banking and Wealth Highlights 2019Download the highlights
See two reports developed in response to the Hayne final recommendations, accessible via the buttons on the right.
- Culture, Customer, Purpose - key recommendations and impacts from the Hayne Royal Commission Report.
- A New Era – Actions from the Hayne Royal Commission for each sector.
In addition, see our brief videos with Deloitte experts on key emerging themes below as well as a series of points of view.
Following the Financial Services Royal Commission, the financial industry has new purpose and determination to create a legacy for all Australians to be proud of. As Commissioner Hayne directed: “It is now time to get it right.’
As the sector responsible for 9% of the nation’s economy, providing access to housing, enabling retirement dreams, protecting national savings and supporting businesses grow; the financial services industry impacts the financial well-being for all Australians.
In a series of points of view, videos and reports, Deloitte captures many of themes and requirements needed to support the industry’s renewed focus on ethical, responsible and sustainable services.
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