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ANZ acts fast on traders by:John Durie From:The Australian November 21, 2014   THE global banking world works in mysterious ways, as shown by ANZ’s decision to suspend seven traders on full pay amid allegations of market rigging in the bank bill swap rate. The bank disclosed the suspension knowing that, once the market was aware a bunch of traders had vacated their desks, it would become the talk of the market. ANZ and Westpac are two of the biggest local players in the institutional swaps market, so if ANZ felt the need to take cautionary disciplinary action the obvious question then is what Westpac is thinking. What is clear is any argument the local oligopoly pretends to have against the impact of global regulation is effectively shot by the sort of trading activity that has been allowed to prosper. We are not talking about breaking any laws here yet,...
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    Here comes the their ugly heads starting to raise up there's heaps more than just this isue that ANZ is going to have to deal with
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    ANZ thinks they are above the law, but the day will come when there will be no where at all to hide. ANZ will fall the hardest in
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What a banking mess! Corrupt regulators are the very reason we need a Royal Commission into Bankers, Financial Products and Services.  The Banks were the engineers of dodgy advice and products - investment products and low doc loans.  If you have a story to tell  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. CBA may fall victim to hubris as pressure rises over financial planning scandal Business Date July 5, 2014 Adele Ferguson 'What kills banks is hubris,'' says Brian Johnson, one of the country's most respected banking analysts.  They are five simple words but they strike at the heart of what can ultimately destroy a company - no matter what its size, its political clout or its storied history.  Johnson was referring to the various twists and turns in the Commonwealth Bank financial planning scandal that was exposed by Fairfax Media a year ago and culminated last week in a Senate inquiry calling for a royal...
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Continue reading Banks to be named and shamed August 12 2002 Banks will be publicly named and shamed if they fail to comply with a range of new rules under the new Code of Banking Practice, launched today.    The code requires banks act fairly towards their customers and give them plenty of notice before new fees are introduced or current ones changed.    They are also required to help customers with loan repayment problems and provide details on credit card transaction disputes.   The code has also been extended to protect small businesses for the first time.   Banks will be monitored by the independent Code of Compliance Monitoring Committee which can receive complaints about possible breaches of the code.   If the committee finds a bank has breached the code it can name the institution publicly, with the aim of attracting the attention of the industry's regulator to take action.   But consumer advocates argue that...
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