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1990

University of Wollongong

Martin Banking Australian Banking Industry Inquiry (1990-1991)

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Preliminary Report For The Australian Bank Employees' Submission To The House Of Representatives Standing Committee On Finance And Public Administration Inquiry Into The Australian Banking Industry, Laurie Stevenson Mr, Barbara Lepani Dec 1990

Preliminary Report For The Australian Bank Employees' Submission To The House Of Representatives Standing Committee On Finance And Public Administration Inquiry Into The Australian Banking Industry, Laurie Stevenson Mr, Barbara Lepani

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) - Papers

The Australian Bank Employees' Union commissioned the Centre for Technology and Social Change at the University of Wollongong to prepare a preliminary report for submission to the 'Martin Inquiry into the Australian Banking Industry'. This submission examined the results of deregulation of the Australian Banking Industry in terms of increased competition, the entry of foreign banks, innovation, new technologies and financial services, takeovers and mergers and human resources. The submission's recommendations to the Martin Committee were based on these findings.