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IF PEOPLE who lost their homes in the Storm Financial collapse had instead lost them in a bushfire, would the government reaction have been different?
  Rae Wilson | 5th September 2012 7:00 PM "IF PEOPLE who lost their homes in the Storm Financial collapse had instead lost them in a bushfire, would the government reaction have been different?" Sunshine Coast police officer Sean McArdle, who was among 3000 clients who lost more than $3.5 billion when share markets fell in 2008, told a large crowd of victims at Redcliffe on Tuesday night he had no doubt the nationwide response would be "like nothing we've ever seen before". But he said this "tragedy" was not treated with the same compassion and victims, many small-time mum and dad investors with little understanding of the financial industry, instead had been viewed as greedy. Sydney law firm Levitt Robinson is running a class action against the Commonwealth Bank and Macquarie Bank for about 650 Storm victims. The action will run alongside the Australian Securities and Investments Commission case which...
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  • Denise
    Denise says #
    The original bank engineers have all jumped overboard with gold plated masts on their 5 star life-rafts and taken nice little bonu
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    It's a crime, perverting the course of justice by way of CEO's knowingly suppressing &/or destroying relevant docs to cover-up the
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    Good suggestion John W. Make those who were paid to show professional conduct and prudent decision making personally accountable f
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    As a suggestion, why doesn’t ASIC or the other Lawyers involved PROSECUTE THE BANK’s CHAIRMAN, CEO, & EXECUTIVES, rather that the
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    Instances of systemic parent-lender/broker endorsed LAF fraud ASIC's position: neglects, ignores or chooses not to 'ascertain' by
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