Updates from AFIA, Treasurer, NSW Government and more

Nine ways to get flood recovery support

Nine recovery assistance points are opening their doors this week to support communities impacted by the ongoing flooding emergency.

Buy Now Pay Later consultations open

Australia’s modern, digitally-enabled economy leads the world in innovation, and consumer protections need to keep pace.

AFIA Welcomes Treasury Buy Now Pay Later Consultation

AFIA today welcomes the ‘Regulating Buy Now Pay Later in Australia’ Options paper released by Treasury, which looks to introduce a proportionate, scalable and targeted approach to regulation and ensuring Australians have access to innovative new products and services with adequate consumer protection.

Support for flood affected businesses

The Queensland Government is continuing to show its support for the small business sector by extending the application deadline for the Extraordinary Disaster Assistance Recovery Grants.

Only one in four small businesses prepared for a disaster

A new report prepared by the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman reveals that only one in four small businesses have a business continuity plan in place that would help them continue to trade in the event of a disaster.

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