Submission - Joint submission to the 2007 Review of the Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Code of Conduct to ASIC (May 2007)
This document is a joint submission to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s 2007 Review of the Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Code of Conduct (external link) from CHOICE, the Consumer Action Law Centre and the Centre for Credit and Consumer Law.
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- Title Page
- 1. Executive Summary
- 2. Marketplace Developments
- 3. Growth in Online Fraud
- 4. Regulatory Developments
- 5. EFT Code, Part A (Scope and Interpretation)
- 6. EFT Code, Part A (Requirements)
- 7. EFT Code, Part A (Liability)
- 8. EFT Code, Part B (Scope and interpretation)
- 9. EFT Code, Part B (Obligations)
- 10. EFT Code, Part C (Privacy and electronic communications)
- 11. EFT Code, Part C (Administration and review)
- 12. Other issues from ASIC Consultation Paper
- 13. Additional Consumer Issues
- 14. Appendix 1 - Authentication Technologies
- 15. Appendix 2 - Resources
This Submission was prepared by Galexia. Guidance, input and comments were received from a small reference group consisting of representatives of CHOICE, the Consumer Action Law Centre, the Centre for Credit and Consumer Law, the Australian Privacy Foundation, the Consumer Credit Legal Centre (NSW), Care Inc. Financial Counseling Service and Consumer Law Centre of the ACT. Funding assistance was received from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Consumer Advisory Panel (ASIC CAP).
Copyright © 2007 Galexia, CHOICE, Consumer Action Law Centre and Centre for Credit and Consumer Law.