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BFCSA: Bank workers want a royal commission to clean up 'toxic' culture

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Bank workers want a royal commission to clean up 'toxic' culture

http://www.smh.com.au/business/banking-and-finance/bank-workers-want-a-royal-commission-to-clean-up-toxic-culture-20171129-gzv6d6

 

Bank employees have called for a royal commission to restore the public's confidence in the sector.

The Finance Sector Union, which represents hundreds of thousands of bank workers, said recent scandals in the banking and finance sector had rocked consumer confidence.

"We want that confidence restored," FSU National Secretary Julia Angrisano said.  

"Let's have the Royal Commission, let's put in place the measures to restore trust, and let's work together to develop the world's most stable, ethical and prosperous banking sector.

"We believe senior banking executives when they say they want a more ethical, fair and transparent sector.  But we are also realists; for decades, our union has seen ordinary bank workers held responsible for actions that can only arise from toxic or mercenary banking cultures – cultures that senior executives must bear responsibility for."

 

Ms Angrisano said Australians have seen banks providing unwanted overdrafts to customers, provide bad or biased financial advice, manipulate bank-bill swap rates, breach AUSTRAC reporting requirements and engage in foreign exchange collusion.

"These issues go to the heart of consumer confidence," she said.

Ms Angrisano said her union wanted a healthy and fair banking sector that did not require staff to continually try to push new insurance policies, credit cards or loan products onto customers.

"That's not fair on you as a customer, and it's not fair on staff," she said.

"We want a healthy banking sector that does the right thing by the public, and the right thing by its staff."

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