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Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in Ian Narev CBA CBA boss Ian Narev faces heat over risky investments PUBLISHED: 27 Jun 2014  James Eyers Former Commonwealth Bank of Australia chief executive David Murray admitted last month to leaving a “rattlesnake in the cupboard” for his successor, Ralph Norris: scandals in the bank’s financial planning divisions.  But it has been Ian Narev, who took over from Norris in December 2011, who has faced opprobrium from Parliament, the corporate regulator and the bank’s board. They have asked why Australia’s biggest bank was so slow to react when hundreds of risk-averse clients lost millions after financial planners chasing bonuses invested in risky products, and whether the bank’s culture and systems are sufficient to prevent the debacle from happening again. Narev and his head of wealth, Annabel Spring, have framed their answers through three prisms: establishing remediation processes to compensate aggrieved clients; rolling out new technology systems to monitor advisers; and changing the...
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