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BFCSA investigates fraud involving lenders, spruikers and financial planners worldwide.  Full Doc, Low Doc, No Doc loans, Lines of Credit and Buffer loans appear to be normal profit making financial products, however, these loans are set to implode within seven years.  For the past two decades, Ms Brailey, President of BFCSA (Inc), has been a tireless campaigner, championing the cause of older and low income people around the Globe who have fallen victim to banking and finance scams.  She has found that people of all ages are being targeted by Bankers offering faulty lending products. BFCSA warn that anyone who has signed up for one of these financial products, is in grave danger of losing their home.

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Denise Brailey has dedicated the past 20 years of her life to being a Consumer Advocate - a voice for the people and former President of RECA (Real Estate Consumer Association. She has helped thousands of investors and is currently President of the BFCSA (Banking & Finance Consumers Support Association). Denise was also awarded and presented with the Rona Oakley Award for Consumer Protection in 2010.
The LIARS ARE THE BANKS WHO INSTRUCT BROKERS AGENTS TO TWEAK THE APPLICATIONS AFTER THE LOAN APPS HAVE BEEN SIGNED and without the knowledge or authority of the borrower.  ASIC is using SPIN to mislead the public.  Just remember, this fellow is charged with $180 million fraud.  Banks have run a $1.3 TRILLION masterminded Ponzi Financing Scam run by a 16 Banksters. Banks are responsible for teaching the agents these tricks and for the SELLING and APPROVALS of every toxic the loan.  So why are the Banks let off the hook for the vital NON-VERIFICATION of every loan (average: half million dollar mortgage to low income families).  Why are the banksters permitted to continuing feeding FAKE Stats to APRA?  80% of loans are INTEREST ONLY?  These are doomed to fail loans.   So the Government simply gives the agent a rap on the knuckles and then the banksters continue selling more toxic loans...
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ANZ and Westpac "Parliamentary Grilling" is a National Joke.    Well Messrs ELLIOTT and HODGES, you never told the borrowers the hidden fact of 'GREATER RISK', prior to signing did you?  You never sold these evil mortgage products of yours by saying: "This is a RISKIER ANZ product that you are going to love love love...............and you will lose your home in 5 years as we have planned for you and, we will later charge you greater interest as punishment for being so gullible and trusting of our bank."       You Sir and your sidekick Hodges, KNEW that if your sellers were instructed to say those words: no-one would buy!  You did not say: " we look after our customers and would never offer you such evil riskier products."  You and Hodges were the greedy ones preying on vulnerable older persons including the disabled and even the innocent younger borrowers.  Westpac's chief...
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WARNING: None of this was ever in the interests of Consumers.  The winners have been those Bankers and Politicians who were gaming the banking system. Regulatory pathetic attempts to curb the $680 billion (we say on evidence it is much higher) of INTEREST ONLY MORTGAGE LOW DOC Market has come too late!!!  Time for election of a new Government.  The current crew needs to be thrown in Jail. Well done Chaps at RBA!!  Highest debt levels in the world and NO WAY OUT!   Bank “Stress Tests” are a joke.  There are supposed to be a Separation of Powers between RBA and APRA.  Now these two Bank corrupted regulators, who have been actively allowing a consistent lowering of banking standards are working together?  They have been aided and abetted by Howard in 2002, and then in 2013 by Abbott who crushed the Gillard FoFA laws protecting consumers, then Turnbull who originally assisted...
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Finally home truths are being revealed...engineered to keep up the facade as mortgage fraud victims were being tossed out of their homes!  It’s enough to make you want to demand an election!  It’s the landlords game in full swing with all bets ending up in bank bucket shops! One in five double dipped on new home grant scheme Jessica Irvine 13 October 2017 http://www.smh.com.au/business/property/one-in-five-double-dipped-on-new-home-grant-scheme-20171012-gyzsfs.html?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nc&eid=socialn%3Atwi-13omn1677-edtrl-other%3Annn-17%2F02%2F2014-edtrs_socialshare-all-nnn-nnn-vars-o%26sa%3DD%26usg%3DALhdy28zsr6qiq One in five recipients of a now abolished $5000 "new home grant" double-dipped on the scheme to receive multiple grants, including 1500 people and 1869 companies who pocketed more than five grants each. First home buyers were not eligible for the grants, which were introduced by the Baird government in 2012 and pitched as a way to boost housing construction. But economists have been highly critical of the scheme, saying it boosted the bottom line of builders and further inflated property prices. A total of 83,151 grants...
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This comment is disturbing........ Turnbull narrowly missed the jail sentences his other HIH directors got for corruption. He is not going to do anything that draws attention to it.     Do-nothing Malcolm is more corrupt than Enron By Houses and Holes in Australian LNG, Australian Politics at 12:29 am on October 12, 2017 | 29 comments   https://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2017/10/do-nothing-malcolm-more-corrupt-than-enron/ There are many reasons why Australian power costs have risen over the past decade. But what has happened recently is decidedly uncomplicated. We’ve had a gas price shock owing to excessive exports. That has driven up the price of power because gas is the marginal price setter in the power market too The chaos engulfing the energy debate as a result is nearly all rubbish. Blaming renewables, base load, RETs, CETs, carbon prices or nuclear bans is all academic. The entire crisis could be solved with the stroke of the prime ministerial...
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Why are we talking of Bank Driven Liar Loans, Secret Interest Only Scams, Low Doc toxic mortgages markets, property bubbles, housing crashes, highest debt in the world.......................if there is no problem???  Answer: The threat is real. Bankers running Ponzi Financing Scams and yes, we read daily all the warning signs are in place like ducks on a wall.  Here is another “we see no problem” article..........   How close is the property bubble to bursting? Smart Property Investment12 October 2017 Sasha Karen   With a steady stream of warnings about the property market entering a downturn nationwide, one expert claims analysing when the property market will crash is a complex issue, and explains what the bottom line is for investors. Dr Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy and chief economist of AMP Capital, believes the narrative of the Australian housing bubble has been pushed forward by discussions of tax breaks, low...
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No hard landing for Aussie housing: Treasurer Scott Morrison Australian Financial ReviewOct 12 2017 10:39 PM Phillip Coorey   Treasurer Scott Morrison has reassured US financiers that Australia's high housing prices are "real" and not in danger of crashing any time soon. In a speech overnight in New York to Citigroup, the Treasurer said although house prices in the nation's largest cities had grown strongly over the past decade, there was no evidence of any underlying weakness in values "nor that a hard landing for our housing markets is ahead". "Australian housing values, while high, are still real. Safe as houses still broadly means something in Australia," he said. "The rise in housing values has been driven principally by genuine economic forces of supply and demand, where mortgages are subject to full recourse finance, supported by a strong, stable and resilient banking system and world's best practice credit standards. "Low or...
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Nasty surprises still lurk in BEAR Australian Financial Review Oct 11 2017 11:00 PM James Frost   Bank chief executives and legal experts have welcomed changes to the banking executive and accountability legislation but warned more are needed to make it workable before it is enshrined in law. Among the list of remaining concerns held by the legal and banking industries were the prospect of an uneven playing field for financial services firms and poorly defined additional powers granted to the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. The Australian Financial Review revealed on Wednesday the federal government was prepared to make concessions to the BEAR legislation that would guarantee the right to appeal decisions in a merits review such as the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. Legal experts welcomed the concession, saying the changes brought the legislation into line with Commonwealth policy and were a step towards normalising the relationship between the government and the...
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BFCSA have been warning about the market exposure to INTEREST ONLY LOW DOC SUB PRIME MORTGAGE LENDING for the past 10 years.  Australian Major Banks created a Ponzi Financing scam: controlling toxic mortgage lending as if they were casino's. They are running out of people as word gets out. Time to start paying attention to Sydney’s house prices but it’s too early to call this a bust Domain[i.e. Fairfax Media]Oct 12, 2017 Jennifer Duke   Prices have fallen in Sydney after the biggest real estate boom in recent memory, with no shortage of people likely to say this represents the end of surging house prices. Sydney’s house prices fell 1.9 per cent over the September quarter – or about $23,000, Domain Group data shows, leaving home owners’ main assets worth sitting below the peak of June’s property market. When put on a graph, this can look decidedly unsettling for anyone with...
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Interest-only home loans a ticking time-bomb, warns UBS READ "BFCSA told you so re 80% IO Loans in 2013" see FACEBOOK wwww.facebook.com/BFCSA By business reporter Michael Janda Updated about an hour ago PHOTO: Rates on interest-only loans have risen by nearly half a percentage point for owner-occupiers over the past year. (AAP: Dan Peled) RELATED STORY: Banks warned over default risk from $500b in 'liar loan' mortgages RELATED STORY: As APRA warns of more interest rate rises, ANZ delivers MAP: Australia Up to a third of borrowers with interest-only loans may not realise they have them, UBS has warned in a stunning finding from its survey of recent borrowers. The global investment bank surveyed more than 900 people who had taken out home loans over the past year as part of its research into "liar loans", where people had given inaccurate information on their applications. The analysts cross-checked their survey results against official data to ensure that their sample...
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APRA should be sacked....victims of lender mortgage fraud who still should be home owners can bugger off and buy a tent...I smelled a RAT when reported in the media that Highrise Harry had popped into to have a chat...more like greasing palms with regulators.. Comments from    https://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2017/04/apra-squibbed-proper-macroprudential-for-highrise-harry/ Democracy is broken when folks like highrise let them have cake Harry can dictate policy....he made a product only foreigners want not locals. And as such should suffer the consequences of hedging his bet the wrong way…   Byres trusts Harry will look after him after he leaves APRA. He’s soon to learn about Harry’s subsection of society’s reputation for loyalty and honour. Ahem   'Extraordinary prices': key worker rental scheme under scrutiny in surging Sydney property market   Sean Nicholls 2 October 2017 http://www.smh.com.au/business/property/extraordinary-prices--key-worker-rental-scheme-under-scrutiny-in-surging-sydney-property-market-20171001-gys7hh.html Sydney's property boom is allowing developers to undermine the state's affordable housing laws. The key housing scheme, which is...
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How APRA ASSISTED BANKS in stealing your HOMES APRA in control or out of control?  PROOF that self-regulation means if one lender’s calculator says NO you just find a lender with a ‘more favourable’ calculator! USUALLY THE BG FOUR DODGY CALCULATORS!   No mention that each application impacts on your credit score BUT no worries there with software available to take care of that problem!    Add in money laundering to the formula and it’s a dogs breakfast for investors and a feast for property developers!       How APRA has changed investors’ ability to borrow   By Unconventional Economist in Australian banks, Australian Property at 1:12 pm on September 1, 2015 | 8 comments By Redom Syed, republished with permission from Property Chat:   Last week the APRA chairman delivered a telling speech about the future of the lending market in Australia.   The speech was the best public indication...
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More dodgy CBA statistics reported to the ASX in stealth....   CBA Reclassifies Loans Martin North 2 October 2017  http://www.digitalfinanceanalytics.com/blog/cba-reclassifies-loans/  At 12:13 PM on Friday 29th September, before the long weekend, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) advised the ASX that following clarification of loan purpose reporting guidelines, certain statistical data have been reclassified as part of regulatory reporting obligations for Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions. It did not come through their normal press release channels. The reclassification relates to mortgage-secured household lending data for the periods between October 2015 and July 2017. The approximate impacts of the reclassification as at 31 July 2017 include: ·         Restatement of Loans to Households: Housing: Owner-occupied from $278.4bn to $273.9bn; ·         Restatement of Loans to Households: Housing: Investment from $138.2bn to $134.8bn; and ·         Restatement of Loans to Households: Other from $10.1 bn to $18.0 bn The reclassification is for statistical reporting purposes only and has no...
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'Mortgage fraud' hitting vulnerable: advocate   Banking and Finance Consumers Support Association president Denise Brailey warned the big four banks were scrapping some unpopular fees and cracking down on home loan applications as a last- minute attempt to win public support and stave off a Royal Commission.   Banks dodge a bullet   The big banks dodge one bullet, with APRA's relatively modest capital increase, but the regulator still has mortgages in its sights.   On Sunday, the Commonwealth Bank announced it was scrapping fees for customers using other bank's ATM machines. That decision was quickly followed by the ANZ, Westpac and NAB. Ms Brailey has long accused the banks of committing widespread mortgage fraud to increase profits by deliberately targeting vulnerable people in the community. These include pensioners the banks dubbed ARIP customers — or asset rich and income poor. Ms Brailey said she had more than 2,000 low income people...
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CONSUMERS HAVE WOKEN UP: IT THE BANKS THE BANKS THE BANKS Consumer Groups around the Nation are realising the DEPTH OF DEPRAVITY re sol called LIAR LOANS generated by BANKS.................  thise set of comments from BRN. Customers did not lie:  and Sellers did not realise the Income Fudging Calculators were spring loaded with FRAUD.   The ANZ is warning mortgage brokers that residential loan applications must be a "source of truth" in what appears to be a response to regulatory and investment bank claims that borrowers had qualified for about $500 billion in "liar loans"......if you haven't fallen off your chairs laughing folks, read on. The majors are demanding more financial information from property borrowers in response to growing regulatory concern about spiralling household debt, static incomes and t...he increasingly likelihood of rising interest rates! Earlier this month Australian Securities and Investments Commission chairman Greg Medcraft warned a broken mortgage broker remuneration...
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Worst kept secret: CBA banker to head ASIC - by The Michael West Despatch   It is the worse kept secret in the business world; that is the impending appointment of former Commonwealth Bank counsel, John O’Sullivan, to head up the corporate regulator. The optics are not good. CBA to the Australian Securities & Investments Commission via a stint as chairman of Credit Suisse investment bank. As Liberal Party donor and mate of PM Malcolm Turnbull, O’Sullivan has the Opposition crying foul. This has been one of the most leaked appointments in memory and the press coverage enshrines the culture wars going on in financial media. The Australian and the Australian Financial Review have been deployed by “sources” to soften up public opinion. How could a CBA executive possibly head up the regulator after Storm Financial, the CBA financial advice and Comminsure scandals and now the biggest blow-up of all, the...
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11 Loopholes The World’s Biggest Corporations Use To Skirt The Rule Of Law https://mic.com/articles/78669/11-loopholes-the-world-s-biggest-corporations-use-to-skirt-the-rule-of-law#.W3eUvJHQ4   For all itsmajesty, the law is imperfect, and, if you're willing to pay a room full of corporate lawyers seven-figure salaries, they're likely to come up with all kinds of clever (and legal) ways of circumventing the spirit, if not the letter, of the law. Such corporate loopholes have allowed multi-billion dollar corporations to do things like circumvent campaign finance law, stiff the IRS and get generous tax subsidies for criminal malfeasance. Here are 11 of the worst legal loopholes corporations have come up with:   1. Tax havens and transfer pricing Multinational corporations don't have to pay taxes on overseas profits; that is, until they transfer those profits back home. This would make sense, if it weren't for a practice known as "transfer pricing," where a multinational corporation can transfer the profits of a U.S....
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APRA seeks to grant actuaries greater powers The Australian 12:00am September 29, 2017 Michael Roddan   The prudential regulator has proposed giving actuaries unprecedented access to insurance company boards, auditors and senior executives as it looks to put companies on the hook if they ignore the advice of their boffins. The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority yesterday revealed a consultation package on cementing greater powers for appointed actuaries within insurance, life insurance and health insurance companies across the nation. The package of guidelines is an attempt to rectify years of mispricing and poorly managed risk in the industry, which has seen huge losses in life insurance, budget blowouts for natural-disaster cover and rising unsustainability in health insurance. APRA is concerned senior executives had not taken seriously the advice of their actuaries, who help insurers assess financial risks when designing insurance policies and pricing. APRA member Geoff Summerhayes said appointed actuaries played a...
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Sacked Commonwealth Bank of Australia manager charged over bribery in US Australian Financial Review Sep 29 2017 5:16 AM John Kehoe   A former Commonwealth Bank of Australia technology executive and a contractor to the bank have both been charged by law enforcement authorities in the United States for participating in a multi-million dollar bribery and kickback scheme. Jon Waldron was one of two Commonwealth Bank technology managers in 2013 and 2014 who allegedly shared in $US2.5 million of bribes facilitated by an American software contractor to the bank, Eric Pulier. Mr Waldron, 47, and Mr Pulier, 50, were indicted in Los Angeles on Thursday for conspiracy to commit securities fraud and wire fraud, charges that carry maximum jail sentences of 25 and 20 years respectively. The scheme allegedly involved ServiceMesh founder Mr Pulier orchestrating bribes to Sydney-based Mr Waldron and CBA colleague Keith Hunter to approve more than $10 million...
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Central banks unfairly blamed for woes, government also responsible Australian Financial Review Sep 28 2017 8:28 PM Jacob Greber   Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Guy Debelle has launched a staunch defence of central bank independence, hitting back at a growing tide of post-2008 critics who blame faceless and unelected policymakers for a litany of woes. Acknowledging that public criticism is a key "quid pro quo" for independence, Dr Debelle said, however, that inflation targeting and independence were unfairly blamed for economic results that were unrelated to either of those things. Warning that the current arrangements were under threat on a number of fronts – including from those who blame it for worsening inequality and low wage growth around developed countries – Dr Debelle suggested governments must share responsibility for the unhappiness over weak growth, jobs and wages since the crisis. One result of more than 20 years of inflation-targetting...
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  BIG BAD Bankers kept funding Developers and not a PLAN on site!  Welcome to the Land of Empty Houses and streets crowded with Homelessness.  Banks ignored ABS.   Bloomie does Australia’s ghost towers By Unconventional Economist in Australian Property, Featured Article at 1:04 pm on September 22, 2017 | 56 comments https://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2017/09/bloomie-australias-ghost-towers/ From Bloomberg comes an interesting report on Australia’s vacant apartment buildings and the futile plans for a vacancy tax: On a wet, midweek evening when most Australians are home cooking dinner, less than a third of the lights are on in the apartments in Melbourne’s Docklands. Most shops and restaurants are closed. The only people passing through seem to be on their way elsewhere. These “ghost towers,” as the high-end residential property with three-bedroom apartments costing almost $1 million have been dubbed, are popular with Chinese investors who mostly live abroad… Now, policy makers are seizing on public...
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It’s a big farce to give banks something positive to say when quizzed again in October.....never ever expect a bank to give with one hand without taking back double with the other!    Comment: Banks' ATM fee moves an attempt to stave off a royal commission Peter Ryan http://www.msn.com/en-au/money/personalfinance/comment-banks-atm-fee-moves-an-attempt-to-stave-off-a-royal-commission/ar-AAspV3M?li=AAabC8j&ocid=ientp   No-one should be hoodwinked into believing that the move by the big four banks to drop withdrawal fees on automatic teller machines is all about putting the customer first. While consumers will no doubt benefit from avoiding pesky $2 slugs that can add up to hundreds of dollars over a year, the planned, if not coordinated, decision is mostly about banks doing what it takes to avoid a royal commission into bad banking behaviour. The Commonwealth Bank's play was media strategy 101 — roll the ATM decision out on a normally quiet Sunday, dominating news bulletins and forcing Westpac, ANZ and...
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Politics at its worst.....Anna Bligh as CEO of the ABA and now a Turnbull mate and ex CBA banker to head ASIC?   Worst kept secret: CBA banker to head ASIC 24 September 2017-09-25 https://www.michaelwest.com.au/worst-kept-secret-cba-banker-to-head-asic/ It is the worse kept secret in the business world; that is the impending appointment of former Commonwealth Bank counsel, John O’Sullivan, to head up the corporate regulator. The optics are not good. CBA to the Australian Securities & Investments Commission via a stint as chairman of Credit Suisse investment bank. As Liberal Party donor and mate of PM Malcolm Turnbull, O’Sullivan has the Opposition crying foul. This has been one of the most leaked appointments in memory and the press coverage enshrines the culture wars going on in financial media. The Australian and the Australian Financial Review have been deployed by “sources” to soften up public opinion. How could a CBA executive possibly head up...
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Brisbane off-the-plan unit losses affirm RBA fears The Australian 12:00am September 25, 2017 Rosanne Barrett   Apartments bought off the plan at the start of Brisbane’s unprecedented unit-construction wave are selling at losses of up to 36 per cent, underscoring concerns from the Reserve Bank about the city’s concentrated inner-city market. Property searches of high-rise apartment towers in Hamilton, Bowen Hills and Fortitude Valley built about five years ago show most sales this year had been at a loss. The heaviest falls were a $152,000 plunge from an original price of $522,000 for a Hamilton two-bedroom unit with river views; a $150,000 decline on a smaller two-bedroom unit in the same complex; and a $145,000 loss on a $400,000, 60sq m unit in Bowen Hills. RBA assistant governor Luci Ellis last week said it was “crunch time” for Brisbane’s potential oversupply but warned the older apartment market was particularly vulnerable to...
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Westpac’s Lindsay Maxsted says bank won’t sell BT Financial The Australian 12:00am September 25, 2017 Scott Murdoch   Westpac chairman Lindsay Maxsted has indicated that Australia’s second-largest bank has no plans to follow its major rivals by offloading its wealth management. The bank retains full ownership of BT Financial Management but it did earn about $600 million by selling down a large parcel this year of its shareholding in the separately listed BT Investment Management. In an online editorial published by Westpac, Mr Maxsted said the bank was keen to keep investing in BT Financial and believed wealth management would remain a core asset for the bank for the foreseeable future. “Similarly in wealth management — which some peers are ­exiting — choosing where to play and how to do it better, as we are doing within BT Financial Group, will be another differentiator. We have recently invested more than $500m...
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