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Why was it necessary for a Royal Commission to show ASIC what Australians expect of their Regulator?
Why does the policing regulator who's role it is to protect consumers have a history of being of no help to bank victims or victims of financial fraud?
Isn't that a deceptive trick for ASIC to state that it intends to actively focus on enforcement and litigation?
What about the human carnage from yesterday's incompetence?
What assurance that ASIC doesn't slip back into its cosy dine / wine and reluctant to act relationships?
What is ASIC doing for consumers harmed by the banking and financial services industry criminality?