Australia has a problem. The financial security of the nation’s citizens dangles on the threads of ‘social virtue’ spun out by self-interested banks. These corporate giants are more concerned with their ESG ranking than their customers’ bank balances.
This situation is fragile – precarious – and making customers increasingly nervous about the cosy ménage à trois forming between politicians, banks, and far-left activists.
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