Lindsay Tanner and John Brumby, COAG cooperation podcast
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Lindsay Tanner and John Brumby, COAG cooperation podcast

By PEXA • Apr 2017

Lindsay Tanner and John Brumby explain why COAG agreed to e-Conveyancing.

The second This Digital Life podcast is now live, via the PEXA SoundCloud page.

In this podcast, host Luke Buesnel interviews former federal Finance Minister, Lindsay Tanner, who was COAG Business Regulation and Competition Working Group lead. Mr Tanner explained his long-held belief that governments must invest in innovation and how this formed the cornerstone of the Rudd Government’s decision to pursue online property transactions.

Luke also interviews former Victorian Premier, John Brumby, who was COAG Chair at the time of this reform. Mr Brumby detailed why all state and territory governments agreed to an e-Conveyancing initiative (a rarity in COAG history) and the positive benefits it will have to the industry. 

Podcast three will focus on marketing a conveyancing business in the digital age. 

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