FSI ‘touchstones’ focus promotes innovation, efficiency and competition, says Minter Ellison
Minter Ellison specialist financial services partner Richard Batten has welcomed the Financial Systems Inquiry (FSI) Interim Report, released on 15 July 2014, as a very comprehensive survey of all issues affecting Australia’s financial system. He said it reinforced the system’s overall strength and confirmed the fundamental adequacy of regulatory architecture.
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