Financial Review Sunday July 6

This weekend on Financial Review Sunday the team take a look at the Commonwealth Bank, Hong Kong and how to retire well.

THE “CAN” BANK:  Can Australia’s biggest bank save its reputation? Chief Executive Ian Narev has apologised for one of the worst scandals to engulf the Commonwealth Bank. And in an exclusive interview with Financial Review Sunday, he is adamant that customers have not abandoned CBA’s controversial financial planning arm, and that the bank will recover from this reputational crisis.

HONG KONG:  It was once the jewel in the Asian business crown, but is political instability taking the shine off Hong Kong? Pro-democracy protests in the central business district have sparked tough action by police, yet more are planned. The AFR’s China correspondent Lisa Murray reports on how business has reacted to the democracy movement and the possibility Hong Kong could lose its autonomy.

 

RETIRING WELL:  There’s a new boom happening quietly in the Australian economy without so much as a shovel of dirt being disturbed. People are taking control of their own retirement savings like never before, sparking a rush on self-managed super fund schemes. Eddy Meyer reports on the traps and benefits of going it alone.

SLICE OF THE PIE:  It’s been the darling of the stock market for the last couple of years, and now Domino’s Pizza is looking to build on its success by tapping into customers like never before.  Deborah Knight met CEO Don Meij to discuss his journey to becoming pizza mogul and the exciting plans he has to take a bigger slice of the pie.

Host Deborah Knight will be joined on the panel by the AFR’s chief political correspondent, Phillip Coorey. There’ll be breaking news from the Street Talk team, and in Rear Window Joe Aston takes his chopper to Bondi Beach.

10 AM Sunday on Nine