The government’s proposed Bank Executive Accountability Regime (BEAR) risks conflict - with existing Corporations Act and common law duties for directors - and duplication between ASIC’s existing banning and disqualification powers and APRA’s enhanced new powers. It also risks increased compliance costs for the industry, submissions to Treasury from the Australian Bankers’ Association and FINSIA argue.
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