Daily briefs: Fintech Australia backs singular CDR body

FinTech Australia CEO Rebecca Schot-Guppy

FinTech Australia CEO Rebecca Schot-Guppy said the creation of a singular body to regulate the CDR had been "successfully implemented in both Singapore and the UK". Image credit: supplied

By Adrian Black
Thu 3 September 2020

The Senate financial technology and regulatory technology committee chaired by Liberal Senator Andrew Bragg issued an interim report that set a wide-ranging agenda ahead of a final report due next April. Drafted for a job-hungry government, the report's 32 recommendations sought to make the Covid-19 relaxation of corporations law permanent and overhaul investment settings to make Australia more competitive.[.....]

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