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  http://wallstreetonparade.com/2014/06/profiteering-on-banker-deaths-regulator-says-public-has-no-right-to-details/ Profiteering on Banker Deaths:  Regulator says Public has no right to Details By Pam Martens and Russ Martens: June 30, 2014 A man with a long history of keeping big bank secrets safe from the public’s prying eyes has denied the appeal filed by Wall Street On Parade to obtain specifics about the worker deaths upon which JPMorgan Chase pockets the life insurance money each year. According to its financial filings, as of December 31, 2013, JPMorgan held $17.9 billion in Bank-Owned Life Insurance (BOLI) assets, a dark corner of the insurance market that allows banks to take out life insurance policies on their workers, secretly pocket the death benefits, and receive generous tax perks subsidized by the U.S. taxpayer. According to experts, JPMorgan could potentially hold upwards of $179 billion of life insurance in force on its current and former workers, based on the size of its BOLI...
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http://www.smh.com.au/business/the-economy/three-banks-to-float-medibank-private-20140417-36tjp.html   April 17, 2014 - 12:38PM Anthony Macdonald The federal government has appointed Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Macquarie Capital to float private health insurer Medibank Private, after receiving pitches from 11 investment banks.  In a statement on Thursday, Finance Minister Mathias Corman said the three banks would be responsible for managing Medibank's initial public offering, including both the retail and institutional offers................The appointments come after eleven investment banks pitched for the joint lead manager roles in Canberra last week. Independent adviser Lazard, law firm Herbert Smith Freehills and Ernst & Young, who prepared a recent scoping study for the government, also had their contracts extended through to the time of the sale.  The government said other banks may be appointed as joint lead managers in the future, along with retail brokers. Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/business/the-economy/three-banks-to-float-medibank-private-20140417-36tjp.html#ixzz2z8t5RQQc...
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Joe Hockey gives financial system inquiry international flavour Georgia Wilkins March 24, 2014  The Australian    Treasurer Joe Hockey has been accused of drawing too heavily on the advice of investment bankers and hedge fund managers to guide the government's financial system inquiry. The Treasurer appointed four business people to head the inquiry's international advisory panel, including former Goldman Sachs investment banker Sir Michael Hintze and JP Morgan investment banker Jennifer Nason. Sir Michael is the founder of $12 billion London-based hedge fund CQS and is a prominent philanthropist and donor to the Conservative Party in the UK. Also on the advisory panel is former Westpac chief executive and Treasury deputy secretary David Morgan, who is currently head of private equity group JC Flowers in Europe and Asia, and former central banker Andrew Sheng, head of the Hong Kong think tank Fung Global Institute. Mr Hockey said the panel would advise the...
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    doyla66 says #
    Well what a big surprise - Joe has turned out to be a big turncoat after all and has opted to hedge his bets!
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    I agree, Walt. Lots of people placed their trust in Joe's Banking and Finance Industry Inquiry, which was supposed to be like the
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    If it is going to be a half cocked cover up, you all know how it goes "nothing to see here" then save us all the pain suffering an
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    Makes you wonder if the government is trying to clean up the banking industry doesn't it. Some of the very people who caused this
  • doyla66
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    EXACTLY. How can we consumers and citizens of Australia have any confidence in our Leaders.. we are just like lemmings heading for
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NY Appellate Court Rebukes Goldman in Toxic Securities Case  NEW YORK (Jan. 30, 2014)    http://basiscap.com.au/documents/announcements/BYAFM_NYAppellateCourtRebukesGoldman_31Jan14.pdf In a significant blow to Goldman Sachs, the Appellate Court for the state of New York said in one voice that the Wall Street powerhouse should stand trial for its role in the sale of so-called toxic securities, which played a major role in the 2008 financial crisis. The 5-judge panel unanimously rejected Goldman’s attempt to have the case, brought by Basis Yield Alpha Fund, dismissed based on fine print disclaimers in the security offering. The case alleged that Goldman sold two collateralized debt securities (CDOs) to Basis in 2007, on the basis that they were well priced and sold at Goldman Sachs’ own internal marks.   Behind the scenes Goldman considered the securities to be subpar, and said in a cynical internal memo that the infamous Timberwolf security was “one shitty deal. “ Goldman had...
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Court dismisses Goldman Sachs hedge fund appeal CLANCY YEATES January 31, 2014   SMH An Australian hedge fund that lost $US67 million when it bought toxic mortgages from Goldman Sachs is a step closer to having its day in court against the investment bank, after a New York court quashed Goldman’s attempt to have the case thrown out. In a case launched in 2010, Basis Yield Alpha Fund is claiming the Wall Street giant engaged in fraud when it sold sub-prime securities it knew were junk in 2007, and then bet against the assets when the global financial crisis hit. Goldman had appealed for the case to be put into arbitration, and for the fraud allegations against the bank to be dismissed. But overnight, five judges from a state appeals court upheld a previous ruling, rejecting Goldman’s argument that disclosures it made to Basis could shield it from potential liability. The decision...
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