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Kenneth Hayne has referred over 20 entities to regulators for investigation. When Kenneth Hayne handed down the banking royal commission’s final report, he urged the corporate watchdog to investigate several entities for criminal charges. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has since announced it is preparing cases against executives of some of the big players. The day of the report, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg reiterated a government commitment made last year to boost the enforcement powers and resources of agencies such as ASIC and the Commonweal…
5 days ago · From The_Conversation_Australia
There's a high degree of overlap between experiencing happiness and meaning. The pursuit of happiness and health is a popular endeavour, as the preponderance of self-help books would attest. Yet it is also fraught. Despite ample advice from experts, individuals regularly engage in activities that may only have short-term benefit for well-being, or even backfire. The search for the heart of well-being – that is, a nucleus from which other aspects of well-being and health might flow – has been the focus of decades of research. New findings recently reported in ...
5 days ago · From The_Conversation_Australia
Violence within intimate and domestic relationships in Australia is a serious social problem that has devastating consequences. The statement that intimate partner violence or family violence is the leading preventable cause of death and illness for women aged between 15 (or 18) to 44, has been quoted by numerous media outlets and advocacy groups.
10 days ago · From The_Conversation_Australia
Financial institutions often have all the information they need to identify suspected cases of economic abuse. ShutterstockThe Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry delivers its final report today. During its hearings there was an important problem that it has missed. Banks and financial service providers are failing to adequately recognise the warning signs of economic abuse and family violence experienced by customers. Family violence is a problem for the banks and their customers. It is a risk to them if it means loans can’t&#8230…
31.01.2019 · From The_Conversation_Australia