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|The ACCC has delayed the launch of consumer data right (CDR) for the banking sector to July 2020, postponing key components of the reform that would have allowed the kick-off of open banking in Australia by February next year. Consumers will now be ...|
|... non-banks have some data that is useful for banking business." These regulatory changes are open banking and consumer data right (CDR), which allow consumers to own their banking data, allowing them to share this data with other institutions and find ...|
|... member engagement in super will closely follow the developments of open banking, with the passing of the Consumer Data Right paving the way for super funds to introduce "customer-centric products and solutions" powered by personalised data. According ...|
|... external dispute resolution scheme for the banking sector and means that consumers can contact AFCA with Consumer Data Right complaints. The Consumer Data Right ecosystem will launch in February 2020, with the ACCC announcing participants including 86400 ...|
|... banks is the implementation of the Royal Commission. Banks are also working night and day to prepare for the Consumer Data Right to empower customers to more easily shop around for the financial service that best meets their needs." ANZ chief Shayne ...|
|The Morrison Government is reviving its Consumer Data Right bill - which includes the Open Banking changes that would give consumers access to and control of their own financial data. The bill was reintroduced to Parliament and read today. Treasurer ...|
|... deliver customer-oriented solutions following the Federal Government's release of draft legislation on the Consumer Data Right. The Consumer Data Right is aimed to empower customers to use data for their own benefit. Under the Government's proposal ...|
|... . In his Budget speech, Morrison said the Government is "moving forward with our Open Banking Regime and Consumer Data Right, giving small businesses and households more control, more choice and better deals." The Government will pour $45 million over ...|
|... regime; Reducing the barriers to entry for the establishment of new digital challenger banks; Establishing the consumer data right which paves the way for an open banking regime in Australia; and Establishing steps toward a self-regulatory framework ...|
APRA has asked superannuation funds to submit their in-house modelling on the magnitude of impact they are expecting from the Federal Government's special allowance for early release from superannuation.
Zenith Investment Partners wants to reverse out of its planned $12 million purchase of Chant West's superannuation business, saying the latter has been materially affected since February, but Chant West is digging its heels in.
The $10 billion industry superannuation fund has issued a notice to members detailing changes to investment fees, admin fees, insurance premiums and investment objectives.
New research has revealed the 22 ASX 300 companies - many of which super funds have exposure to - that are polluters and haven't performed well this year.
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