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The Big 6 Australian Banks: who owns us? ANZ, NAB dangerous level of American ownership on The Ownership Tree

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HSBC is the number one shareholder in all the big four banks.

Who are HSBC??

HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited is listed as the number one shareholder for all of the Big Four Banks. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of HSBC Holdings Plc - You Know... HSBCBANK - Yes, that's right... HSBC Bank owns more than 10% of all of the big Four.



HSBC CUSTODY NOMINEES (Aust) LTD shareholding in COMMONWEALTH BANK grossed about AU$736,000,000.00 from dividends.

It is clearly a supply/demand issue. AUSTRALIA is rich, survived the GFC, pouring resources into China, money filters back through the Aussie banks to London to prop up ailing banks in other parts of the world.  

The "Big Four Banks" are just fronts to send the money out of the country.  

MORTGAGE holders are inconvenient collateral damage in the way. 

Well, the saying is correct.


I guess that does it then.



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  • doyla66
    doyla66 Tuesday, 02 July 2013

    I can see what you mean, Mort. They appear to have sucked China into the global money chain. China being China they did it bigger and better and faster than the rest (cheap labour and no shortage of workers). Consequently there are "Ghost Cities" of "real estate" - if we are to believe what we "see" on the Internet.
    China has been around for a very long time. It is logical to deduce that China is incredibly clever and very resilient to threats from outside. China knows this too. The same could be said for HSBC. Nothing can destroy them.
    China has a long memory of British imperialism and US domination. China sits quietly observing the primitive attempts of younger, less experienced, nations to bring them into line. You only have to look at the interaction between Obama and Xi. The US are afraid. China is patient, crouching smiling tiger.
    China is, was and always will be China at heart. No allegiances or trade agreements will really change the way they do business and all the rest, unless it is in China's interests, first and foremost. In this there is much Australia can learn from China.
    HSBC is a by-product - and the old Chinese way of doing business may look like crime to us, but to the Chinese its a game they play by different rules, a cultural difference.
    So what can we, as Australians, who see it from a Western perspective, do about it?
    Reduce overseas involvement in our Banks? - the HSBC involvement is only tokenism, a finger in the pie, so to speak, an experiment with capitalism by an old empire/nation.
    Personally I'd be more worried about what the Chinese will do to the UK, EU and US when they decide they've had enough of playing Capitalism with the amateurs, and show the world how it's really done.
    For now, it's all smoke and mirrors, shadow dancing, as empires size up the capacity of other empires and harvest intelligence, looking for allies to bolster their failing self confidence. If money power were no longer prizes by the majority, where would they be?
    So much more will be revealed over the next year that the loudest sounds will be the jaws dropping and the vaults swinging open to reveal some startling secrets.
    And the rats scurrying for their lives. We know they can run but they can't hide for long. The world is a much smaller place these days.
    Isn't it good to know we're on the winning team?

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