Breaking the Banks
What went wrong with Australian banking?
What was once an industry built on trust, professionalism and value, has become synonymous with greed, complacency and everything that has gone wrong with capitalism. So how did Australian banks, which avoided much of the aftermath of the GFC, lose their way and become engulfed in scandal?
Breaking the Banks delves into the causes and effects of the banking crisis that plagued Australia and the world, to re-establish the fundamentals of banking that for so long have been overshadowed by power and wealth, and provides us with a crucial blueprint to revolutionise the future of banking.
With expertise in banking that spans over three decades and several markets and as a former senior executive at two of Australia’s largest banks, Joseph Healy, co-founder and co-CEO of Judo Bank, writes the insider’s account of the banking crisis that plagued Australia and the world.