By David Jacobson The Financial Services Royal Commissioner has signalled that the first round of public hearings from Tuesday 13 March will not necessarily be a mere recitation of case histories.
In his reasons for a non-publication direction relating to one exhibit to CBA’s statement in the Commission’s examination of CBA’s mis-selling of consumer credit insurance the Commissioner rejected a non-publication direction for other exhibits. The Commissioner stated that “Exceptional circumstances must be demonstrated for the Commission… to direct that information revealing conduct of a kind that the Commission must investigate and report about not be publicly available.”
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Source:: Bright Law