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We are still clearing up the fraudulent loans that RAMS left behind and the debris of shattered lives in dealing with RAMS and RHG.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Supreme Court overturns ICAC corruption finding against RAMS Home Loans founder John Kinghorn, but upholds findings against Travers Duncan and others DateJuly 29, 2014 - 12:20PM 67 reading now Read later Michaela Whitbourn Investigations reporter View more articles from Michaela Whitbourn Follow Michaela on Twitter Email Michaela   inShare submit to reddit Email article Print   Corruption finding upheld: Mining magnate Travers Duncan outside the New South Wales Supreme Court. Photo: Brendan Esposito The Supreme Court has overturned a corrupt conduct finding against RAMS Home Loans founder John Kinghorn over his involvement in a mining venture linked to the family of corrupt former Labor minister Eddie Obeid. The businessman becomes the first person in more than two decades to be cleared of a corruption finding in NSW. But four of...
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Continue reading  If they haven’t already, the members of the Senate committee should ask RAMS Home Loans founder John Kinghorn to appear before it to explain why RAMS, followed subsequently by most of the non-bank lenders, hit a brick wall and effectively collapsed at the very onset of the financial crisis.  RAMS was the first of the big non-bank lenders to be overwhelmed by the crisis because it had an unusually high — dangerously high, it transpired — reliance on very short-term funding. To a lesser degree, most of the non-bank lenders were also borrowing short in wholesale markets and also accessing securitised debt markets.  In its submission to the inquiry, lodged on Friday, Commonwealth Bank admitted that the major banks were also sourcing a growing share of their funding from those same markets before the crisis — in CBA’s case almost 30% of its funding in October 2007 came from short term wholesale markets, compared with about...
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