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Sydney Criminal Lawyers | Australia | 8 Mar 2019

Former NAB Executive Charged with Fraud

Former National Australia Bank executive Rosemary Rogers has been arrested and charged for her alleged role in an

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Macpherson Kelley | Australia | 7 Mar 2019

Banking Royal Commission Recommendations: Short Term Pain for Long Term Gain

The recommendations arising from the Banking Royal Commission will only achieve lasting change if they result in a cultural change from

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Sydney Criminal Lawyers | Australia | 4 Mar 2019

Woman Charged for Paying Bribes to NAB Executive

Police are working their way through materials which, they suspect, may implicate former NAB Chief Executive Andrew Thorburn’s Chief of Staff

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Holding Redlich | Australia | 26 Feb 2019

Inside track: Property & Real Estate

When your home is a fire risk but you can’t afford to fix it There are hundreds of buildings around Australia covered in combustible cladding, but

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Sydney Criminal Lawyers | Australia | 13 Feb 2019

Royal Commission Denounces Top NAB Executives

Right before the Conclusion of Volume 1 of his recently released final report, sole banking royal commissioner Kenneth Hayne QC took special aim at

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McCann FitzGerald | Global, Ireland | 11 Jan 2019

UNEP FI and 28 Banks Launch a Public Consultation on the Principles for Responsible Banking

On 26 November 2018, the UN Environment Finance Initiative (“UNEP FI”) and 28 banks from around the world launched a global consultation to establish

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William Roberts Lawyers | Australia | 21 Nov 2018

Bank between judicial rock and regulatory hard place

Westpac can’t take a trick. It’s been trying to pay a $35 million penalty for consumer credit contraventions agreed with ASIC, but the Federal Court

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Holding Redlich | Australia | 13 Nov 2018

ASIC’s new approach to regulation by embedding supervisory staff in banks

On 17 August 2018, as part of his opening statement to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services, ASIC’s chairman James

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Cowell Clarke | Australia | 7 Sep 2018

Fees for no service: Financial advice institutions refund programs

AMP, ANZ, CBA, NAB and Westpac have paid or offered customers $222.3 million in refunds and interest for charging fees to customers while failing to

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Seyfarth Shaw LLP | Australia | 8 Mar 2018

Industrial relations in an age of automation

Automation is a game changer that is altering the industrial landscape. A Committee for Economic Development of Australia publication estimates that

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