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Nationals John Williams calls for a royal commission into white collar crime in wake of Commonwealth Bank scandal
Adele Ferguson, Ben Butler The Nationals senator key to last week's bombshell report into fraud, forgery and a cover-up in the financial planning division of the Commonwealth Bank has called for a royal commission on white...
Adele Ferguson The CBA scandal has become emblematic of what is wrong in the financial planning industry.
Adele Ferguson 'It seems the chickens are simply being invited back into the henhouse for dinner with the fox.'
Adele Ferguson and Ben Butler A bid by Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev to defuse the financial planning scandal engulfing the bank by ''unreservedly'' apologising and opening a compensation scheme to up to 400,000...
Adele Ferguson and Ben Butler Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev has bowed to community, industry and government pressure over the financial planning scandal by announcing a new compensation scheme for victims this...
Adele Ferguson and Ben Butler Financial planners at the scandal-plagued Commonwealth Bank are still raking in lucrative commissions and fees for tipping their clients into $3.
Adele Ferguson and Ben Butler The country’s peak body representing financial planners has taken a stand on the Commonwealth Bank, saying it will support a royal commission into the bank unless the bank agrees to form an...
Adele Ferguson The longer it takes Commonwealth Bank boss Ian Narev to respond to a report into CBA's financial planning division and a call for a royal commission the worse it looks for the bank - and the industry.
Adele Ferguson, Ben Butler Pressure on bank tellers to push customers into Commonwealth Bank financial products such as insurance and managed funds is causing stress, depression and bullying, according to an explosive new...
Adele Ferguson, Ben Butler The Abbott government has put intense pressure on Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev to make a more ''considered'' public response to the bank's financial planning scandal, possibly...
Adele Ferguson, Ben Butler and Ruth Williams Amid troubling conclusions from a Senate report this week into misconduct at the Commonwealth was a damning indictment of ASIC.
Adele Ferguson and Ben Butler The Commonwealth Bank may offer victims of its widely condemned financial planning scheme compensation worth hundreds of millions of dollars after intense pressure from the federal government to make...
Abbott government hoses down calls for royal commission into Commonwealth Bank over allegedly dodgy financial advice
Dan Harrison, Adele Ferguson The federal government is hosing down calls for a royal commission to probe Commonwealth Bank financial advisers over client's lost money.
Adele Ferguson, Ben Butler A powerful Senate committee has called for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia to face a royal commission to investigate fraud, forgery and allegations of a cover-up inside its financial planning arm.
Adele Ferguson ''Systemic fraud'', ''systemic theft'', doctoring of customer files and ''lying to clients''. These were the words used by Senator Mark Bishop, the chairman of a powerful Senate inquiry into the...
Adele Ferguson and Ben Butler A powerful Senate inquiry has called for the Commonwealth Bank to face a royal commission to investigate fraud, forgery and allegations of a cover-up inside its financial planning arm.
Adele Ferguson A leaner, meaner corporate regulator with increased powers is something this country needs.
Adele Ferguson and Ben Butler A Senate inquiry has called for the corporate regulator to put Macquarie Group's financial planning unit under 'intensive surveillance'.
Adele Ferguson Whether the Coalition has the resolve to proceed with a separate royal commission into CBA and launch a separate special investigation into other tainted financial institutions will be a test of how...
Adele Ferguson Ben Butler It was during Senate estimates, just over a year ago, that a full-scale inquiry into the corporate regulator’s mishandling of the Commonwealth Bank financial planning scandal became inevitable.