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The Murray Review into Australia’s financial system presentation


This presentation covers:

  • Campbell & Wallis vs Murray
  • AFMA approach to Murray
  • resilience
  • capital adequacy
  • minimum leverage ratio
  • loss absorbing and recapitalisation capacity
  • direct borrowing by super funds
  • super & retirement.

Author profiles:

Robert Colquhoun ATI
Rob, ATI, is a Director of Policy at the Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA). He has primary carriage of AFMA’s taxation and anti-money laundering/counter-terrorism financing issues. Rob joined AFMA in December 2012 with more than 11 years experience in corporate taxation. He also served as the Chief Executive Officer of the NSW Trainers Association. Rob holds honours degrees in both Law and Commerce from the Australian National University. Current at 17 March 2016
Dr Stephen Kirchner
Dr Stephen Kirchner joined Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA) in September 2014 and provides economic research and analysis on issues affecting financial markets for incorporation into AFMA’s policy and advocacy work, including regulation, competition and taxation policy. Previously, Stephen has worked in think-tanks, academia, federal politics and financial markets. He was Director of economic research with Standard & Poor’s Institutional Market Services based in Sydney and Singapore. Stephen has published in leading academic journals, including Public Choice and the Australian Economic Review. He has a PhD in economics from the University of New South Wales. Current at 01 October 2014

This was presented at 2015 Financial Services Taxation Conference.

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