ASIC casts doubt over DollarmitesBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | TUESDAY, 1 OCT 2019 11:21AM
The Commonwealth Bank's lucrative but controversial Dollarmites program could get the axe, with ASIC seeking the public's view of school banking programs as part of its ongoing review of their use and impact in primary schools.Read more: ASIC, Dollarmites, CBA, Choice, Commonwealth Bank, Australians, InfoChoice, Youth Saver, Jonathan Brown, Sean Hughes, Financial Standard
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