The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry delivers its final report today.
During its hearings there was an important problem that it has missed.
Banks and financial service providers are failing to adequately recognise the warning signs of economic abuse and family violence experienced by customers.
Family violence is a problem for the banks and their customers. It is a risk to them if it means loans can’t be repaid. It is a risk to their customers if they are made homeless and lose income and mental health in the financial fallout of abuse.
And it’s a problem for our community if banks and other institutions ignore or enable family violence.
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