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https://www.commbank.com.au/about-us/who-we-are/sustainability/sustainable-business-practices/managing-fraud.html   MANAGING FRAUD To achieve our vision, we are committed to working against financial crime, and have clear guidelines for all employees regarding their responsibilities and obligations with respect to the management and reporting of fraud. Our Fraud Policy Our Fraud Policy defines the Group's fraud control principles, mandatory requirements and accountabilities. It clearly articulates that the Group does not tolerate fraud and is committed to promoting and maintaining a sound ethical culture. All employees, temporary staff, contractors and service providers must ensure they are aware of their responsibilities and obligations with respect to the prevention, detection and reporting of fraud. This Policy is applicable to all businesses within the Group, including subsidiaries and joint ventures where the Group has a controlling interest. Monitoring compliance All business unit heads are required to identify and manage their fraud risks to protect the Group’s customers, assets and reputation. All employees, temporary staff,...
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   ASIC’S FALSE AND MISLEADING RESPONSE TO PARLIAMENT contained in their supplementary submission #45.1.  BFCSA responded to these in our Supp Sub # 156.1   IN BRIEF AND KEY POINTS   Response to 85 & 86  (pg 23)  ASIC states: “there was no specific onus on lenders to ensure that borrowers could afford to repay loans.”  (see s 25.1 of the Bankers Code – now 27.1)   That is a false assertion and likely to mislead the Senators and the Inquiry.   Response to 95 (pg 24) “ASIC has been looking for evidence of breaches of the law.”   Response to 96 (pg 24) “It is difficult to establish that conduct is unconscionable”   Response to 97 (pg 25) ASIC states: “Context of earlier laws……the material provided by borrowers does not provide evidence of breaches of the law by the credit providers involved.  It does not establish:   a)Lenders had awareness...
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  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    Judging from the blogs,I have no faith in the system which is supposed to protect the consumers. Once screwed, twice shy. Banks, A
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    I agree, Honesty. It may not be unconscionable to ASIC or their staff who have seen so much of this conduct. It would be fair a
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    If altering a "direct debit request" ,and re-configuring a loan agreement to suit the brokers agenda of getting the loan approved,
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