Miscellaneous 2014

Offshore banking units

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 19 Feb 2014


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This paper covers:

  • offshore banking in Australia (including legislative responses thereto)
  • overview of the OBU regime
  • how are OBUs currently being used? (Does OBU really stand for only barely usable?)
  • can we compete against Singapore and other financial centres?
  • what reforms will make OBUs more useful and competitive to both Australian and foreign owned institutions?

Individual Session

Offshore banking units

Author(s): Craig Marston CTA , Tony Frost , Ultan Macdonald
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