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http://www.fos.org.au/custom/files/docs/fos_banking_finance_bulletin_36.pdf   BULLETIN NO 36 DECEMBER 2002 In this Bulletin: • Agency of brokers – update of approach • EFT disputes and financial hardship • Issues featured in our Bulletins this year 1.Agency of brokers – ABIO Revised Approach Introduction The December 2001 Bulletin (Bulletin 32) set out our approach to the question of when a bank will be liable as principal for misleading and deceptive conduct of a broker who is involved in the marketing, application for or establishment of a loan or other financial service.   We have recently reviewed our approach as a result of the following observations in the cases that have been considered by us: • An increase in the use of brokers by banks for activities which go beyond merely providing information about available products and assisting in the completion of the loan application and extend to activities which would traditionally be the responsibility of...
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Dear members Its the ground swell of public discontent at ASIC's performance  that has now reached tsunami levels. Even on short notice of dates and venue BFCSA's presence will be felt. After ASIC head Greg Medcrafts appearance we are up against a majority of hard hitters who are predominately pro-ASIC from the ASIC Gene-Pool, you can form your own opinions because each witness has a submission number next to their title so you can refresh your memories. I have read all the submissions to the Senate hearings and all those who are pro-ASIC seem to be people who have something to gain either directly or indirectly as ASIC stands in its present form . Some of the witnesses gain monetary profit from ASIC's inaction and others are protecting their jobs and futures while others are trying to protect the supposition that they weren't performing their duty of care to the aggrieved...
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    Too right - their system - their crisis - their rules - their lies - time now for a good dose of their own medicine! Must be a lo
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