Our industry advisor Graeme Willis’ article was recently published in the Australian Banking & Finance Law Bulletin by Lexis Nexis.

“In the banking sector, the credit functions are constantly refining credit models to discern populations that provide a disproportionate outcome to the general population, in either a positive or a negative sense. This is a skill set that the financial services sector has been honing for a number of decades. It is seen as a source of clear competitive advantage and is therefore important to banking professionals as well as their legal advisors. It is seen as a source of clear competitive advantage and is therefore important to banking professionals as well as their legal advisers”.

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