The Hayne legacy: a right royal outcome

The Hayne legacy: a right royal outcome
Commissioner Kenneth Hayne. (Image: Getty)
David Chaplin
After a more than year-long process, the Royal Commission into misconduct in the banking, superannuation and financial services industry landed in the Australian parliament on Feb 4, 2019.The findings would not have amused the Queen. On behalf of the crown, commissioner Kenneth Hayne delivered an inevitable "damning" final report that – in a three-volume affair spanning almost 500 pages – concluded, yep, there had been misconduct in the Australian banking, superannuation and financial services industry.‘Observat...

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