Collaborating for economic stability

In times of great uncertainty, banks and financial institutions play a vital role in providing stability and securing our future.

They are providing guidance, understanding the community needs and offering relief to help their customers get through this period. They are collaborating for economic stability.

The Royal Commission into Misconduct re-shaped the industry for the better. In many instances, it allowed organisations to refocus their core businesses and be more prepared for this current state of play. Their renewed strength and purpose is something from which we now all benefit.

Challenges do remain, and the industry is constantly under intense scrutiny. But banks are being innovative, pragmatic and have their eyes on the horizon to help navigate through and be prepared for what's to come.

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Our latest webinars

Webinar: Key components and changes to the Financial Sector Reform (Hayne Royal Commission Response) Bill 2020

Our expert discuss the new breach reporting regime, superannuation trustees, insurance changes and enforceable code provisions.

Webinar: The future of financial services - collaborating for economic stability

Our webinar looks at the current banking landscape, how banks are supporting the community, the move towards a more digital economy and how innovation will grow as a result of the crisis.

Webinar: Restructuring and insolvency: preparing for, and going beyond, the insolvency cliff

The webinar looks at the longer term implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for business, focusing on financiers and insolvency practitioners, and considers what the future may hold.