The official witness responses to requests for more information by the royal commission after its explosive second round of hearings have been released.
At the end of the second round of royal commission hearings – which focused on financial advice and wealth management – commissioner Ken Hayne requested additional information from parties with leave to appear.
Those responses have now been made public and include a right of reply from witnesses on some of the more contentious issues raised by the royal commission, including 'fees for no service' conduct, inappropriate advice and in-house product conflicts.
The royal commission second round submissions can be accessed below:
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