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S25.1 of the Bankers Code - "must have regard for affordability" went out the window John!  Unverified Mortgage Loans is fraught with fraud including full doc loans.  Wakey Wakey.  Yes these god like Bankers all made millions in commissions and bonuses and designed the Code as a FACADE to deceive the public and then  immediately sold faulty products that represent the reverse of what is written the the codes signed by the following Bankers.  If you want to know who these Fraudsters and Banker Engineers of dodgy products are.....their names appear below:   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. For Release: 15 August 2003 ANZ adopts new Code of Banking Practice ANZ today announced it has adopted the new Code of Banking Practice. The Australian Bankers’ Association released the new Code of Banking Practice on Friday, 1 August 2003. The updated self-regulatory Code is a voluntary code of conduct which sets standards of good banking...
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    Has anyone lost their home with ANZ due to banking malpractice after the new code was intruduced?
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Our intrepid Researcher Gladys is digging up an impressive history of dastardly banking BIG BANK BAD BEHAVIOUR  . Time to regulate the banks start with URGENT ROYAL COMMISSION into Banking             This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   Canny chief steers ANZ clear February 9 2004 There is an experienced banking chief executive with the perfect curriculum vitae to strip the risk out of National Australia Bank in the wake of its foreign exchange trading losses.  The only problem is, he's already doing it for one of NAB's competitors. ANZ bank chief executive John McFarlane is Scottish-born, like John Stewart, the man chosen to clean up after NAB's $360 million foreign-exchange debacle.  But that is where the similarities end. Stewart joined NAB last year with a brief to consolidate NAB's British banks, but he was a retail banking specialist before that, first at Woolwich, the British building society-turned-bank, and then at Barclays, which took over Woolwich in 2000. McFarlane...
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