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Green Paper on Financial Services and Credit Reform

This consultation process has now been completed. Submissions available
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Key Documents

The purpose of the Green Paper is to consult stakeholders about the following range of financial services and credit reform initiatives:

  • the development of a comprehensive approach to the regulation of mortgages and mortgage broking advice;
  • the regulation of margin lending;
  • the creation of a national market for trustee corporations through the implementation of Commonwealth legislation;
  • reforms to improve the existing regulation of debentures;
  • the investigation of issues relating to property investment advice, including property spruikers; and
  • the consideration of the most appropriate regulation of a range of remaining credit products, such as credit cards, personal loans and micro-lending.

Submissions

74 submissions were received for this consultation.

Aussie Home Loans - pdf 10.74 KB
Cash Converters (1) - pdf 10.74 KB
Cash Converters (2) - pdf 10.74 KB
Cash Converters (3) - pdf 10.74 KB
Cash Converters (4) - pdf 10.74 KB
Choice (1) - pdf 10.63 KB
Choice (2) - pdf 10.63 KB
Choice (3) - pdf 10.74 KB
Choice (4) - pdf 10.63 KB
Choice (5) - pdf 10.63 KB
Fujitsu Consulting - pdf 10.75 KB
Gadens Lawyers - pdf 10.7 KB
GE Money - pdf 10.63 KB
HBOS Australia - pdf 10.7 KB
Legal Aid Queensland - pdf 10.78 KB
Momentum Wealth - pdf 10.72 KB
Perpetual Limited (1) - pdf 10.76 KB
Perpetual Limited (2) - pdf 10.77 KB
Redfern Legal Centre - pdf 7.89 KB
Rowles, Geoff - pdf 10.68 KB
Suncorp-Metway Ltd - pdf 10.7 KB
Trust Company Limited - pdf 10.79 KB
Westpac - pdf 10.61 KB