Banks and insurers need to be ‘good corporate citizens’ for north Queensland flood victims

Banks and insurers must "lift their socks" and show compassion to north Queenslanders affected by the floods, Deputy Premier Jackie Trad says, as insurers receive about 12,000 claims so far in the Townsville region.

Banks and insurers need to be ‘lift their socks’ to help Queensland flood victims

Banks and insurers must be "good corporate citizens" and show compassion to north Queenslanders affected by the floods, Deputy Premier Jackie Trad says, with insurers receiving about 12,000 claims so far in the Townsville region.

What’s the deal for consumers in the wake of the banking inquiry?

The unethical practice of charging "fees for no service" will end, mortgage brokers may lose the incentives that drive many of them, dodgy car loan and worthless funeral insurance purveyors will be pushed out, and compensation will be offered to victims of unscrupulous banks.

What’s the deal for consumers in the wake of the banking inquiry?

The unethical practice of charging "fees for no service" will end, mortgage brokers may lose the incentives that drive many of them, dodgy car loan and worthless funeral insurance purveyors will be pushed out, and compensation will be offered to victims of unscrupulous banks.