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The opportunities and constraints for Australia to become a centre for the provision of global financial services / Senate Select Committee on Superannuation and Financial Services
Bib ID 2375930
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Australia. Parliament. Senate. Select Committee on Superannuation and Financial Services
 
Online Versions
Description [Canberra] : The Committee, 2001 
xxi, 168 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0642711208
Series

Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ; 2001, no. 44

Summary

Terms of reference: On 22 September 1999 the Senate resolved that: (1) A Select Committee on Superannuation and Financial Services be appointed with effect on and from 11 October 1999, with the same functions and powers as the Select Committee on Superannuation appointed by resolution of the Senate on 5 June 1991, and reappointed on 13 May 1993 and 29 May 1996, except as otherwise provided in this resolution. (2) The committee inquire into matters pertaining to superannuation and financial services referred to it by the Senate and inquire initially into: (a) prudential supervision and consumer protection for superannuation, banking and financial services; 1 (b) the opportunities and constraints for Australia to become a centre for the provision of global financial services; and (c) enforcement of the Superannuation Guarantee Charge; and report on paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) by the last day of sitting in June 2000.* (3) The committee have power to consider and use for its purposes the minutes of evidence and records of the Select Committee on Superannuation appointed in the previous three Parliaments. (4) The committee consist of seven senators, three nominated by the Leader of the Government in the Senate, two nominated by the Leader of the Opposition in the Senate and one nominated by other parties or independent senators. (5) The nomination of the final member to be determined by agreement between the other parties and independent senators and, in the absence of agreement, duly notified to the President, the question of representation on the committee of other parties or independent senators be determined by the Senate. (6) The Senate, by subsequent resolution, appoint a member of the committee as its chair.and Kerry Z

Full contents
  • Executive summary
  • Recommendations
  • Chapter 1. Introduction
  • Background to the inquiry
  • Conduct of the inquiry
  • Structure of the report
  • Acknowledgments
  • Chapter 2. Background-globalisation & global financial service centres
  • Introduction
  • Globalisation of the marketplace
 
Notes

March 2001.

At head of title: The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia.

Chair: John Watson.

Includes bibliographical references.

Also available on the Internet at: http://www.aph.gov.au/senate/committee/superfinan_ctte/global/global.pdf

Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1607646804

Subjects Investments, Foreign -- Australia.  |  Financial services industry -- Australia.  |  International business enterprises -- Location -- Australia.  |  Foreign investment -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Watson, John Odin Wentworth, 1937-
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