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  Life After Debt Tuesday, 30 October 2012 Platitudes and Placation Financial Times Chief Economics Commentator, Martin Wolf once said, “The conclusion to be drawn from [the Bank of England’s executive director for Financial Stability Andy] Haldane's work is that an out-of-control financial sector is eating out the modern market economy from inside, just as the larva of the spider wasp eats out the host in which it has been laid” and with mounting evidence to support claims that the FSA have neither the stomach nor the inclination to prosecute banking criminality, the best that victims of the UK’s banking crisis can expect from reform is a ring side seat for an endless round of regulatory wrist slapping.   Endlessly placated with promises of integrity and more customer focused business models, the FSA have allowed the individuals within the banking fraternity, whose greed cost hundreds of thousands of UK residents...
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  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    One of the problems that regulatory staff and politicians face is a very human one. The sympatico between the masters and the serv
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    This is a very nasty CANCER and cancers have to be killed off before it destroys the very society it infests. These corrupt banker
  • doyla66
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    You can pretty much change UK for Aust and the story would still ring true. What the he** is wrong with our regulators. ~~~ Fin
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Has anyone tried to use the new ASIC connect website searches?  As part of my research for bank submissions and other related criminal activities - theirs, not mine - I've been very disappointed with the much touted ASIC connect.  While the old ASIC site was complex and labyrinthine, at least the information was there with relative ease and accuracy, once you had bookmarked the sites you needed for future reference.  A search for one company, which I understood had closed, alternated between no such company and having the company appear as usual. I was unable to determine what the status of the company was, beyond "registered". How long does it take for a company to move into administration? I have a bone to pick with the company over misleading and deceptive conduct leading to fraudulent losses in excess of half a million dollars. ASIC don't think that's worth investigating. I certainly...
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