What to look out for at the Murray inquiry

It said there was scope to level the playing field - and the regional banks are set to renew their claim for changes to rules on how much capital they must set aside when writing home loans. -"Too big to fail": Murray’s range of policy options for addressing "moral hazard" included "ring-fencing" banks’ critical deposit-taking operations from their riskier bits - something lenders have done overseas.

It said there was scope to level the playing field - and the regional banks are set to renew their claim for changes to rules on how much capital they must set aside when writing home loans. -"Too big to fail": Murray’s range of policy options for addressing "moral hazard" included "ring-fencing" banks’ critical deposit-taking operations from their riskier bits - something lenders have done overseas.

It said there was scope to level the playing field - and the regional banks are set to renew their claim for changes to rules on how much capital they must set aside when writing home loans. -"Too big to fail": Murray’s range of policy options for addressing "moral hazard" included "ring-fencing" banks’ critical deposit-taking operations from their riskier bits - something lenders have done overseas.

Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev gave a taste of one in response earlier this month, saying it did not make sense to focus on housing debt in isolation from other vulnerabilities in the system. -The Australian Securities and Investments Commission this week said it would seek tougher powers to pursue bank managers when their financial planners duper customers.

Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev gave a taste of one in response earlier this month, saying it did not make sense to focus on housing debt in isolation from other vulnerabilities in the system. -The Australian Securities and Investments Commission this week said it would seek tougher powers to pursue bank managers when their financial planners duper customers.

Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev gave a taste of one in response earlier this month, saying it did not make sense to focus on housing debt in isolation from other vulnerabilities in the system. -The Australian Securities and Investments Commission this week said it would seek tougher powers to pursue bank managers when their financial planners duper customers.

Banks are likely to claim that any "ring-fencing" is not necessary here, as the local banks do little in the way of riskier investment banking. -Fees: Murray and the panel said competition was not doing enough to drive down super fees, which are higher than other countries.

Banks are likely to claim that any "ring-fencing" is not necessary here, as the local banks do little in the way of riskier investment banking. -Fees: Murray and the panel said competition was not doing enough to drive down super fees, which are higher than other countries.

Banks are likely to claim that any "ring-fencing" is not necessary here, as the local banks do little in the way of riskier investment banking. -Fees: Murray and the panel said competition was not doing enough to drive down super fees, which are higher than other countries.

Expect the industry to highlight these changes in response to the panel’s concerns. -Housing debt represents  a "potential source of systemic risk for the financial system and the economy," the interim report said.

Expect the industry to highlight these changes in response to the panel’s concerns. -Housing debt represents  a "potential source of systemic risk for the financial system and the economy," the interim report said.

Expect the industry to highlight these changes in response to the panel’s concerns. -Housing debt represents  a "potential source of systemic risk for the financial system and the economy," the interim report said.

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