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ASIC KNEW!! And did  NOTHING Greg Medcraft MUST GO! Full story UPDATE: QUESTIONS are being asked of government regulator the Australian Security and Investment Commission over what actions it took prior to the $660 million collapse of the Banksia Financial Group. Thousands of investors are facing hundreds of millions of dollars in losses after the shock collapse. Julie and Les Bailey, former dairy farmers from Numurkah, say they have potentially lost several hundred thousand dollars invested in Banksia superannuation. "We have lost all our super," Mrs Bailey said from her Queensland home. She said it was not only Victorians who were suffering. Others interstate, including the couple's son, stood to lose significant investments, Mrs Bailey said. ASIC was allegedly informed about the precarious position of Banksia, and a subsidiary Statewide Secured Investments 18 months ago, according to NSW property developer David Hawkins who was involved in litigation with the firm....
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  • doyla66
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    SUSPICIOUSLY, CEO Patrick Godfrey, who founded it in 1968, stepped down as chief executive in August, only 2 MONTHS BEFORE THE COL
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    ASIC -- A Sick Institutionalised Corporation
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    Question who insured the accountacy firm. The audit was false. Back on to point Who looks after mortgage lending AND fraud in th
  • doyla66
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    If the investors didn't like what was going on did any of them succeed in getting their money out then? I know I couldn't get my
  • doyla66
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    Some of the people are nice, Maria but they're limited to what they can do in a basically ineffective stuffed system. It's the who
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