banking

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The Australian government has announced a big step towards regulating bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies – what does this mean for the future of the digital assets?

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At the core of changes already underway is that the customer, not the bank, will own their banking history. It’ll make switching easier, and it’s about to spread to other services.

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Fintech is playing an important role in helping digital entrepreneurs tap into growth opportunities in Indonesia's developing communities, shows UNSW Business School research.

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APRA is allowing the big four banks to coordinate in a way that might otherwise be illegal.

Mark Humphery-Jenner: How will the Consumer Data Right legislation impact your finances?

The Consumer Data Right legislation will facilitate transportation of data. However will it lead to greater competition amongst financial products in Australia?

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There is a fundamental weakness in China's capital markets, says Vic Edwards from UNSW's School of Banking and Finance.

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Customers can now change the way they do business with banks.

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Bank shares soared 4% to 7% after the royal commission report. That could be because it will do them little harm.

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UNSW Centre for Law Markets and Regulation response to Interim Report of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry

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The banking royal commission's most enduring legacy might be the cancer of too much caution throughout the financial services sector.

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