Organisation

Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services

Owning Institution:
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Mobile payment and digital wallet financial services

This inquiry report provides an overview of the payments ecosystem, outlining both old and new payment systems. It also provides an overview of the technologies that enable digital wallets and mobile payments, and details of the major platforms and services offered in Australia.
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Litigation funding and the regulation of the class action industry

In this report, the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services concurs with the findings of numerous previous reviews: namely, that class actions, when working as originally intended, should facilitate access to justice, discourage wrongdoing, and promote the efficient and effective use of court...
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Fairness in franchising

This report recommends an overarching franchising framework that is fair for all participants and which recognises that, in franchising (just like banking and financial services), disclosure alone is an insufficient regulatory response to power imbalances and exploitative behaviour by powerful corporations.
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Options for greater involvement by private sector life insurers in worker rehabilitation

This inquiry was initiated to examine options for greater involvement by private sector life insurers in worker rehabilitation, including support after return to work, with particular reference to the interaction of Income Protection (IP) insurance and Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) insurance with State, Territory...
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Life insurance industry: report

The life insurance industry is a significant part of the financial services sector in Australia. It has a noble purpose in providing financial protection to policyholders in times of need and financial distress. Despite this, there are sections of the industry that can and must...