CBA puts demerger on hold

The Commonwealth Bank has decided to delay the demerger of its wealth management business to allow it time to complete its client remediation obligations.

The bank announced to the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) today that it was prioritising the recommendations of the Royal Commission and had therefore suspended preparations for the demerger.

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