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Boring and protected: fifth pillar needed to get Australian bank customers moving

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imageThe snail's pace of switching between Australian banks deserves attention.Image sourced from Shutterstock.com

Australia’s four pillars banking policy was originally intended to preserve competition in financial services by maintaining separation of the main players. Today, that policy provides them a comfort zone and a government guarantee....

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