BNZ's parent NAB seen as 'clear winner' among big 4 Aussie banks from financial system inquiry

BNZ's parent NAB seen as 'clear winner' among big 4 Aussie banks from financial system inquiry

By Gareth Vaughan

The Australian Federal Government commissioned Financial System Inquiry is likely to be a "long-term positive" for Australasia's major banks, helping them keep returns on equity above 16%, analysts at Credit Suisse say.

David Murray, former CEO of ASB's parent Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), is heading the inquiry. 

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