As the final round of Royal Commission hearings drew to a close this week, commentators took to twitter to have their say on the commission's outcomes, efforts of counsel assisting and performances of bank executives in the hot seat.
Consumer advocate George Tsambourakis says the Royal Commission leaves victims of misconduct without closure.
Vendorable (a real estate services platform) co-founder Jason Weeks praised counsel assisting for their performance during the Royal Commission's public hearings.
Former Treasurer Wayne Swan said low levels of trust in business coincided with executive remuneration remaining high despite the misconduct exposed at the Royal Commission.
The Australia Institute director Josh Bornstein was blunt in his assessment of the NAB chair Ken Henry's Royal Commission performance.
Employment lawyer David Taylor said scrutiny needed to be applied on the banks, after ANZ chief executive Shayne Elliot said developing a culture of speaking up had been challenging.