Despite some continued questions from the Banking Code Compliance Committee (BCCC) and consumer groups about the lack of reported breaches, an article on the matter can be found here, the latest BCCC Annual Report does showcase some major improvements that BCCC has made over the last financial year.
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About the opportunity The Banking Code Compliance Committee (BCCC) is an independent body that monitors banks compliance with the Banking Code of Practice, helping banks create a better banking experience for customers. The BCCC’s work is supported by a dedicated team of staff at the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) that provide Code monitoring and…
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The Banking Code Compliance Committee (BCCC) is working with the Australian Banking Association (ABA) to coordinate with 12 of its members to ensure banking services offered through Bank@Post comply with the Banking Code of Practice.
Bank@Post arrangements provide a valuable face-to-face service, particularly as banks close branches, especially in regional and remote areas.
The BCCC wants to ensure, as a priority, that important consumer protections have been implemented for the services banks offer through Bank@Post.
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