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Industry innovation is not coming from within: SharpBY DARREN SNYDER | TUESDAY, 19 JUL 2016 12:12PM
InPayTech executive chairman and financial services stalwart Don Sharp is calling out regulatory challenges faced by Australian fintechs and is encouraging the federal government to take a long-term view on disruptive industry legislation.
Read more: InPayTech, Australia, Don Sharp, Ours, Bridges Financial Services, Canberra, Countplus, early August, Integrated Payment Technologies, Investors Mutual, Managed Accounts Holdings, Superannuation Guarantee, Touch Payroll, Treasury Group
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