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Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in Bendigo Ghosts,5033 Who owns corporate Australia? Murray Hunter27 February 2013  IF YOU GO and ask the "average" Australian on a Melbourne or Sydney street who owns the banks and large public companies in Australia, most will answer "Australians through superannuation and mutual funds". This belief gives Australians a sense of pride in "Australian private enterprise", and may even assist Australians grudgingly accept high bank charges and interest rates: "after all, we own the banks". However, if one examines the annual reports of most of the large Australian public companies, names like HSBC, JP Morgan Chase, Citibank, and BNP Paribas are very prominent in the tops 20 shareholders lists. There has been a major shift in the Australian corporate ownership-scape over the last decade. And a silent one at that. Let's go back to the 1980s when Bob Hawke was Prime Minister of Australia. The ex-ACTU head did more than any other prime...
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    We have always supported the NLP Coalition in the past, but have become very disappointed and disillusioned by the recent attempts
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    I Agree Aries. Cormann, "the rich don't need looking after. Focus on the victims of banking crime who need your desperate attenti
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    For Mathias Cormann Federal Finance Minister to say that we don't need a Royal Commission because we've had enough Inquiries is l
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So much for new laws and surveillance....................consumers lose yet again!  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   Is the Perpetual process flawed?   by Luke Cornish | 16 Mar 2010   The Australian Institute of Conveyancers (AIC) has claimed that Perpetual staff are not qualified to act for banks for the purpose of completing mortgage settlements leading to uncertainty over the fund manager's relationship with four banks. Perpetual currently has a business relationship with AMP, ANZ, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank and NAB but the claims have called into question the validity of the contracts between the parties. AIC president Pauline Barrow reportedly said that the outsourcing deals the banks have with Perpetual are not following chain of title - causing significant delays in mortgage settlements. Perpetual flawed process impacts 3 banks BusinessNationalBreaking News Business Date March 15, 2010 Alison bell Three more banks could face investor concern over flawed mortgage outsourcing deals with...
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