Structural adjustment and change in the Australian life insurance industry post demutualization
Keneley, Monica 2007, Structural adjustment and change in the Australian life insurance industry post demutualization, in Accounting in other places, accounting by other peoples : the fifth Accounting History International Conference, University of Saskatchewan, Banff, Alberta, Canada, pp. 1-29.
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Deregulation of financial markets has been an important platform for government policy in recent times. It has been a catalyst in the expansion of financial sector. The experience of Australian life insurers during this period represents an interesting case study into the impact of regulatory transition. The lifting of restrictions changed the institutional environment within which life insurers operated. In doing so it precipitated changes in strategies and organizational structures of these financial intermediaries. An information cost framework is used to analyse the consequences of deregulation and its implications for the Australian life insurance industry in emerging global financial markets.
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