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BFCSA investigates fraud involving lenders, spruikers and financial planners worldwide.  Full Doc, Low Doc, No Doc loans, Lines of Credit and Buffer loans appear to be normal profit making financial products, however, these loans are set to implode within seven years.  For the past two decades, Ms Brailey, President of BFCSA (Inc), has been a tireless campaigner, championing the cause of older and low income people around the Globe who have fallen victim to banking and finance scams.  She has found that people of all ages are being targeted by Bankers offering faulty lending products. BFCSA warn that anyone who has signed up for one of these financial products, is in grave danger of losing their home.

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Why is it never mentioned that the liar Sinodinos is another ex Goldman Sachs banker???   Why we need a federal ICAC By Unconventional Economist in Australian Politics at 2:01 pm on May 25, 2016 | 18 comments http://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2016/05/why-we-need-a-federal-icac/   Cross-posted from Independent Australia:    https://independentaustralia.net/politics/politics-display/the-free-enterprise-foundation-michael-yabsley-and-arthur-seenodonors,9025 (video links within)   Former Liberal Party money man Michael Yabsley has put Arthur Sinodinos in an untenable position by belling the cat on what he knew about illegal developer donations. Managing editor Dave Donovan reports.   Earlier this week, a former Liberal Party official admitted to committing a criminal offence by concealing illegal acts committed under his oversight.  At least, that was the way it appeared when the Liberal Party’s former federal treasurer, Michael Yabsley, told ABC Four Corners he was aware of illegal donations being made to his Party during his time in charge.    Yabsley was asked whether he knew prohibited donors were being...
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Check this out... Lucy Turnbull’s innovation push 12 December 2015 Sophie Morris A strong connection with Germany and investment in emerging technologies have seen Lucy Turnbull drive the innovation debate. https://www.thesaturdaypaper.com.au/news/economy/2015/12/12/lucy-turnbulls-innovation-push/14498388002739   At the highest levels of international politics, Lucy Turnbull is known as the “bridge-builder”. Even before Malcolm Turnbull became prime minister, her influence extended well beyond Sydney’s elite power structures and into international affairs.   Now, her views on the importance of innovation and science have also fed into the government’s first major policy shift since her husband won the leadership three months ago. Lucy Turnbull wants to foster connections between science and industry.  That’s not to suggest that the wide-ranging innovation statement, unveiled by the prime minister this week, was devised around the Turnbulls’ breakfast table.   Rather, Lucy’s views have fed into it via her involvement with a high-level Australia–Germany Advisory Group, which predated her husband’s promotion.  Until...
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ANZ traders admit BBSW a measure of who has the 'bigger balls' Australian Financial Review May 24 2016 6:15 PM Jonathan Shapiro   ANZ's top traders privately admitted the bank bill swap rate reflected "who has the bigger b.lls" rather than the true state of the market and suspected rival banks shifted the rate to increase their bonuses. The admissions are included in transcripts filed in the courts on Monday by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission as part of its case against ANZ for allegedly manipulating the bank bill swap rate, or BBSW. The transcripts suggest how ANZ's senior balance sheet trader, Jason Pritchard, and a Credit Suisse broker openly speculated whether influential Westpac trader Colin Roden was trying to set interest rates to boost his bonus as their own attempts to set the BBSW in their favour failed.   They reveal what ASIC believes are instances in which the...
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Sounds like Goldman Sachs and the HIH disaster....our PM should know all about that! 95% of Greek ‘bailout’ money went to European Banks May 9, 2016 http://www.hangthebankers.com/greek-bailout-money-european-banks/   A recent German study just confirmed what 11 million Greeks already knew. That they are a people fully conquered by criminal mega banks and the corrupt politicians and technocrats in their employ.  Get ready for another epic screw job this summer. From Ekathimerini: Some 95 percent of the 220 billion euros disbursed to Greece since the start of the financial crisis as loans from the bailout mechanism has been directed toward saving the European banks. That means about 210 billion euros was eventually channeled to the eurozone credit sector while just 5 percent ended up in state coffers, according to a study by the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT) in Berlin. “Europe and the International Monetary Fund have in previous years...
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More Granular Approach Means Postcode Scrutiny 2 May 2016 http://www.australianbankingfinance.com/banking/more-granular-approach-means-postcode-scrutiny/ There has been a lot of media attention recently on postcodes where lenders have applied more restrictive lending policies, usually around LVR, LMI availability and or absolute dollar amount that they are prepared to lend. However, this practice has been in place across most lenders, for many, many years and Nigel Butler, head of CoreLogic’s Banking & Finance, Advisory Division, asks why all the fuss? HISTORICALLY MOST GEOGRAPHICAL  restrictions were driven by the availability of new purchasers in an area, and therefore the ability to resell at a reasonable value should this prove necessary. Hence, metro and rural zones were often the major source of differentiation. With high profile property price crashes, in western Sydney back in 2007, the Sunshine Coast in 2012, and most recently in the mining areas such as Mackay and Moranbah, what we are seeing today is...
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Cover Story: Mortgage Origination Under Threat 1 February 2016 http://www.australianbankingfinance.com/banking/cover-story--mortgage-origination-under-threat/   With the local regulator scrutinising the banks’ processes for approving mortgages, mortgage risk weights likely to rise and disruptive newcomers all having an impact, the mortgage securitisation industry is heading for change. But can a fintech potentially cut out existing banking and origination channels while still appeasing corporate watchdogs? Elizabeth Fry and Andrew Starke report. THE AUSTRALIAN SECURITIES and Investments Commission has been keeping a close eye on the banks’ processes for approving mortgages while verification of income is also on the mind of the prudential regulator, which has demanded that the banks query excess income over household expenses when loans are calculated and that interest rate increases are taken into account. A big part of the problem is that while the mortgage funding market is perceived as highly efficient, the reality is somewhat different. Over the past few years...
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Is there a reason Scott Morrison still has a job?   By Houses and Holes in Australian Politics at 8:08 am on May 25, 2016 | 46 comments http://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2016/05/is-there-a-reason-scott-morrison-still-has-a-job/   Treasurer Scott Morrison is having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week and it unclear why he still has a job. A Treasurer has three roles: to manage the Budget in the national interest, to manage the politics of the Budget and to set policy in the national interest. In the past week he has trashed two of these principles and violated the other.  Morrison’s credibility as the top budget manger is in tatters. His Budget outlook is a laughing stock with the iron ore price now $10 below his forecast within two weeks. Other ridiculous assumptions coming apart include: ·         dwelling investment to grow 2% when we already know it has peaked in ABS data; ·         business investment is...
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It’s now official...we are living in a police state......... NBN raids an “attack on press freedom”, says media union By Renai LeMay   20 May 2016 https://delimiter.com.au/2016/05/20/nbn-raids-attack-press-freedom-says-media-union/   news Australia’s peak media union has described last night’s Australian Federal Police raids as an “attack on press freedom”, stating that the action by the NBN company and law enforcement represented a “disturbing new twist in pursuit of whistleblowers and legitimate public interest journalism”. Late last night AFP officers raided the Melbourne office of former Communications Minister Stephen Conroy, and the house of at least one Labor staffer working for Shadow Communications Minister Jason Clare, in an apparent attempt to ascertain the identity of whistleblowers who have leaked a series of key documents from within the NBN company. The extraordinary move was confirmed by AFP Commissioner Andrew Colvin this morning, after it was revealed by Labor last night. Delimiter and a number of...
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What a hoot.......read the comments   Sullied McGrath lectures empty auditorium   By Houses and Holes in Australian Property at 10:44 am on May 25, 2016 | 13 comments   http://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2016/05/sullied-mcgrath-lectures-empty-auditorium/   Just occasionally some anti-propertocracy anarchist sneaks through the Domainfax brainwashers to deliver a bowel-shaking truth: It’s that time of the year again when our highly-paid corporate PR professionals get together for Australia’s most pointless conference, the Corporate Affairs Summit. There, delegates pontificate on the vagaries of reputation management without the input of a single journalist, politician, bureaucrat or regulator – mainly for the benefit of circling headhunters desperate for a mandate. But we found another one almost as bad: the Australian Real Estate Conference, an event owned by property agent John McGrath, held this week in Surfer’s Philistine. McGrath, whose own stock has tanked in the four months since its December IPO, interviewed REA Group chief Tracey Fellows (just...
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Westpac eases up investor lending restrictions http://www.mpamagazine.com.au/sections/market-talk/morning-briefing-westpac-eases-up-investor-lending-restrictions-216572.aspx After tightening up its loan book in response to the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) driven crackdown last year, major lender Westpac is set to make life easier for investors.According to a report in Fairfax media outlets, the big four bank has advised mortgage brokers that its loan to value ratios (LVR) for investment loans will move back from 80% back to 90%.Phillipe Brach, chief executive officer of Multifocus Properties & Finance, said the move by Westpac came as no real surprise.“I’m not surprised. The reason they reduced their LVR to 80% in the first place was because they needed to fit in with the APRA guidelines and reduce the growth of their investment loan book to under 10%, so they had to take some drastic measures,” Brach said.“It was also foreseen that as soon as they got things under control that they would...
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Stock buybacks, the latest scam from Wall Street http://sputniknews.com/blogs/20151219/1032030183/stock-buybacks-wall-street.html Companies buy back their shares to add value to their shareholders, but now they are using this trick to boost Earnings Per share without doing any work. This is legalized fraud at best. Wall Street has a new hobby use good money to create the illusion that all is well; only unlike most hobbies, the intent is to distort reality and reward lazy insiders for doing next to nothing.  Gone are the days of actually trying to improve the bottom line, by improving efficiency, finding new markets, etc.; now the idea is simply cut the supply of outstanding shares, thereby magically boosting the EPS. Why are executives doing this with such impunity?  The “safe harbor“ rule passed in 1982, essentially allows corporations to repurchase shares without having to face charges of manipulating the price of their shares.  Before the passage of this...
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MFS Investment Management directors acted dishonestly: court Sarah Danckert Date May 23, 2016 http://www.smh.com.au/business/banking-and-finance/mfs-directors-acted-dishonestly-court-20160523-gp1ydu.html   Five former executives of failed Gold Coast financier MFS Investment Management acted dishonestly by misappropriating $143.5 million of investors money, a court has found.   The Supreme Court of Queensland found the five former executives – including former chief executive Michael King and former deputy chief executive and convicted criminal Craig White – breached directors duties by orchestrating a plan using false documentation to cover up the transfers of investor money.     MFS Group, which changed its name to Octaviar collapsed in 2008 owing $2.5 billion. Thousands of mum and dad investors attracted to its mortgage funds, including its high profile Premium Income Fund, were wiped out in the collapse that is still regarded as one of the biggest casualties of the financial crisis. "This remains a sorry tale of the misuse of other people's money...
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http://src-fla.us/index.php/understanding-the-fraud/14-sample-data-articles/105-recap-of-fraud-bankers An interesting read from American experience with dodgy bank loans...
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Macquarie Bank names risky suburbs for apartments The Australian May 24, 2016 12:00am Kylar Loussikian, Ben Wilmot   Macquarie Bank has listed almost 50 risky postcodes for apartment buyers, restraining its lending in more than 100 suburbs across the country’s capital cities. The inner-city postcodes across Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, as well as on the Gold Coast and in Adelaide, Perth and Darwin, are most at risk from an oversupply of units in a slowing market. Macquarie yesterday ¬advised mortgage brokers of new requirements, with buyers having to provide at least 30 per cent of the purchase price upfront. The move follows restrictions imposed by banks on real estate investors and foreign buyers. Macquarie’s list will be read as a guide for property investors about possible risks of buying in suburbs that could face a glut as those two groups, which have underpinned strong rises in property values, pull back from...
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Advocate quits Timbercorp hardship program   Ruth Williams and Adele Ferguson 24 May 2016 http://www.smh.com.au/business/banking-and-finance/advocate-quits-timbercorp-hardship-program-20160523-gp1ia7.html   A much-trumpeted hardship program set up to help struggling Timbercorp investors has been rocked by the resignation of its independent advocate who cited a disagreement with the way the scheme was being run. Consumer advocate Catriona Lowe was hired by Timbercorp's liquidator KordaMentha in December 2014 after a slew of adverse media and political attention prompted them to try to strike "compassionate" deals with debt-laden victims of the failed managed investment scheme operator.Fairfax Media can reveal that Ms Lowe has quit because she did not agree with some of the deals KordaMentha was urging victims to sign. These included people having to sell their family homes. Her resignation comes days after Professor Allan Fels was sacked by 7-Eleven after a disagreement with the way a so-called independent compensation scheme for wage fraud was to be...
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Change of heart..surprised???   Westpac lowers deposit hurdle for property investors  May 24 2016 Clancy Yeates http://www.smh.com.au/business/banking-and-finance/westpac-lowers-deposit-hurdle-for-property-investors-20160523-gp1i2c.html   Westpac, the country's biggest lender to landlords, is lowering the size of the deposits it will require from property investors, partially reversing last year's crackdown.   After a sharp slowdown in lending to property investors, Westpac and St George, which it owns, this month told mortgage brokers the maximum loan-to-valuation ratio (LVR) for new mortgages for property investors would rise to 90 per cent, up from 80 per cent.   The change means property investors need a deposit of 10 per cent of a property's value, compared with 20 per cent previously. It comes as banks are offering more competitive interest rates to property investors in an attempt to boost growth now that this segment of the market is growing well below the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority's 10 per cent a year speed...
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Turnbull's tax plan will deliver multi-billion-dollar 'gift' to US Treasury, research shows AM By Stephen Long Updated Mon 16 May 2016, 4:20 PM AEST   http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2016-05-16/tax-treaty-to-deliver-billions-to-us-treasury/7416534   The Turnbull Government's planned company tax cuts would slash Australian revenue while delivering a multi-billion-dollar tax windfall to the US Treasury, new research says. Key points: Planned cut will transfer over $11 billion revenue from Australian to US Government argument for cut is to attract more foreign investment Mr Oquist says under treaty US companies pay difference to US Treasury On current exchange rate it would mean $AU11 billion in revenue foregone The US company tax rate is 35 per cent, while Australia's is 30 per cent. Under a tax treaty, American companies paying tax in Australia would have to make up the difference at home.  Using data from the US Internal Revenue Service, research by the Australia Institute found the planned company tax...
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Suspicious indeed...who made this guy Treasurer???   Morrison embroiled in negative gearing smear campaign   By Unconventional Economist in Australian Politics, Australian Property at 7:34 am on May 24, 2016 | 28 comments By Leith van Onselen http://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2016/05/morrison-embroiled-in-negative-gearing-smear-campaign/ Treasurer Scott Morrison, who is a former head of research at the Property Council of Australia (PCA), has been embroiled in yet another smear campaign against Labor’s negative gearing policy, this time teaming up with close friend and senior figure in Australia’s property industry (and former head of the PCA), Greg Paramor, to request a so-called independent report to discredit Labor’s negative gearing policy with MacroPlan Dimasi’s Brian Haratsis. Fairfax’s Peter Martin explains:   An email obtained by Fairfax Media shows Greg Paramor, the managing director of property company Folkestone, discussed the need for a study critiqueing Labor’s policy with Brian Haratsis, the executive chairman of advisory firm MacroPlan Dimasi. Mr Paramor, who...
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Attention APRA: Tighten macroprudential NOW     By Houses and Holes in Australian interest rates, Australian Property at 9:57 am on May 24, 2016 | 20 comments http://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2016/05/attention-apra-tighten-macroprudential-now/   Fresh from welcoming back crooked Chinese at the Bank of Melbourne, Westpac is now throwing open its doors to specufestors, from Domainfax:   Westpac, the country’s biggest lender to landlords, is lowering the size of the deposits it will require from property investors, partially reversing last year’s crackdown. After a sharp slowdown in lending to property investors, Westpac and St George, which it owns, this month told mortgage brokers the maximum loan-to-valuation ratio (LVR) for new mortgages for property investors would rise to 90 per cent, up from 80 per cent. The change means property investors need a deposit of 10 per cent of a property’s value, compared with 20 per cent previously. It comes as banks are offering more competitive interest...
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Trouble looming.........   AMP abandons mining town mortgages By Houses and Holes in Australian Property at 1:20 pm on May 24, 2016 | 2 comments   http://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2016/05/amp-abandons-mining-town-mortgages/   From the AFR: Suburbs on the outer fringes of the nation’s capital cities are the next targets for nervous lenders tightening borrowing conditions for house buyers, according to confidential documents. AMP, the nation’s largest diversified financial services group, is tightening lending limits and borrowing criteria for about 25 cities and outer suburbs, typically about one hours commute from the central business district, including Singleton, Morwell and Altona. Cities include those hit hard by the mining downturn, such as Broken Hill, NSW; Gladstone and Emerald, in Qld, where dwelling construction started during the boom are being launched into flat markets.       That looks purely mining bust driven to me.     https://www.homeloanexperts.com.au/property-types/postcode-restrictions/ Mortgage Postcode Restrictions     Almost all banks and major...
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Accidental or on purpose???   CBA, NAB used wrong loan column   28 September 2012   by George Liondis http://www.afr.com/real-estate/residential/cba-nab--used-wrong-loan-column-20120928-j1o6o Two of Australia’s biggest banks have admitted to wrongly classifying billions of dollars of loans as mortgages when they were in fact business debt. Commonwealth Bank of Australia and National Australia Bank revealed the error on Friday after earlier reporting it to regulators. Since June 2011, CBA has categorised $9 billion worth of business loans as household debt. It also classified up to $1 billion of deposits as coming from households, when they originated with corporate customers. Similarly, for two years NAB wrongly labelled 5000 business loans worth $3.9 billion as either mortgages or personal debts. The banks uncovered the problems during internal reviews, and reported the mistakes to the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. Both banks said the reclassification would not affect their financial positions. However, business loans are typically riskier than...
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John Howard admitted recently its was plain good luck that even he could not believe:  Had roles been reversed and Labor was in power during the Great Moderation and the once-in-a-century mining boom, the chances are that it would now be claiming fiscal superiority over the Coalition.  The Howard/Costello reign was a case of good luck and being in the right place at the right time over good fiscal management..........       Secret of the Howard Government’s surpluses By Unconventional Economist in Australian budget, Featured Article at 7:13 am on May 27, 2013 | 60 comments   http://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2013/05/the-secret-of-the-howard-governments-surpluses/ By Leith van Onselen   Little-by-little, inch-by-inch, the common misconception that the Howard/Costello Government were fiscal superheroes is unravelling and the truth is being revealed. The latest salvo came from the Sydney Morning Herald’s economics editor, Ross Gittens, who published a well reasoned article on Saturday arguing that the lion’s share of...
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Singapore's MAS shuts 1MDB-linked BSI Bank over gross misconduct Leslie Shaffer | @LeslieShaffer1 21 Mins Ago   Singapore's regulators have shut down a private bank implicated in investigations of Malaysia's troubled development fund 1MDB, with prosecutors in the city-state and Switzerland weighing criminal charges.  The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) said Switzerland-based BSI Bank would lose its status as a merchant bank in Singapore due to "serious breaches of anti-money laundering requirements, poor management oversight of the bank's operations, and gross misconduct by some of the bank's staff." "BSI Bank is the worst case of control lapses and gross misconduct that we have seen in the Singapore financial sector. It is a stark reminder to all financial institutions to take their anti-money laundering responsibilities seriously," Ravi Menon, managing director of MAS, said in the statement. This is the first time since 1984 that MAS has withdrawn a merchant bank's approval. Munshi...
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Claims slain mafia lawyer 'lunched' with Malcolm Turnbull, raised $100,000 for Liberal Party Yahoo7 News on May 23, 2016, 7:58 am https://au.news.yahoo.com/vic/a/31671673/claims-slain-mafia-lawyer-lunched-with-malcolm-turnbull-raised-100-000-for-liberal-party/ The lawyer found slain behind his Melbourne restaurant, spent two decades donating to and meeting senior Liberal Party figures – including Malcolm Turnbull – on behalf Melbourne Mafia figures, according to reports. Fairfax reports Joe Acquaro spoke about his access to Victorian state and federal Liberal politicians, including how he raised more than $100,000 for the party. Mr Acquaro was found shot dead on March 15 among the garbage behind his gelato bar in Brunswick East. Before his death, Acquaro reportedly sat down for a lunch meeting with Malcolm Turnbull in 2008, after he became Opposition Leader. Mr Acquaro was found shot dead on March 15 among the garbage behind his gelato bar in Brunswick East.       Victorian Liberal MP Russell Broadbent (right) and Tony Madafferi (left) at...
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Australian Government Ministers linked to Mafia figures   Bahamas News.Net Monday 23rd May, 2016    http://www.bahamasnews.net/index.php/sid/244297561   MELBOUNE AUSTRALIA – a lawyer with strong connections to the Underworld, including the Mafia, who was shot dead a little over two months ago in Melbourne, has been linked o the governing Australian Liberal Party.   Joe Acquaro, who died after a suspected gangland shooting in Brunswick, a suburb of Melbourne, on March 15, is alleged to have had meetings with current government ministers when they were in opposition, including the current Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull in 2008 when he was Leader of the Opposition.   The revelations were revealed by Fairfax Media in a report published in The Sydney Morning Herald and the Melbourne Age on Monday.   Reportes Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker say Acquaro ‘spent two decades cultivating, and donating to, senior Liberal politicians on behalf of alleged crime figures ....
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