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DAVID CHAPLIN: Is greed speech the next financial firefight?

David Chaplin
Tue, 18 Aug 2020

David Chaplin
Tue, 18 Aug 2020
Finance has much to learn from firefighters, according to Australian Securities and Investments Commission chair James Shipton.Speaking on the obscure Australia and New Zealand School of Government National Regulators Community of Practice webinar last week, Shipton cited the fire service as the epitome of trust that financial services should aspire to.Unusually for an Australian, the ASIC chair had a specific NZ role model in mind.“I think the NZ Fire Service provides a great example,” Shipton told the assembled regulators. “...

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