The financial planning nightmare

Stockholm Syndrome is a psychological process whereby a hostage identifies with their kidnapper, to the point of defending the kidnapper’s reasons for their own capture. For the past eight years ASIC appears to have been suffering from a similar condition, with only the public revelation of wrongdoing, rather than wrongdoing itself, provoking action. The Senate hearing into ASIC’s performance shows the regulator emerging from its captive state to see the true state of financial planning at Commonwealth Bank. The daily revelations of big bank malpractice and regulatory inaction is a real-life horror show. In her work covering ASIC’s investigation into Financial Wisdom...

Stockholm Syndrome is a psychological process whereby a hostage identifies with their kidnapper, to the point of defending the kidnapper’s reasons for their own capture.

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