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Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in NAB Cheats  The mortgage wars  June 15, 2004   The home-loan market is shrinking, the banks want their profits back, and the mortgage brokers will be fighting for survival, writes James Kirby. Stand back for a bruising battle in the $100-billion mortgage broker market. Falling house prices, shrinking loan volumes, and tougher regulation spell trouble for an industry that has never faced a downturn. Worse still, the banking industry is waking up to the fact that it threw away profits to this upstart sector in the good times. Now it wants the money back. ............. The banks have already made their first moves. On June 1, the Bank of Queensland cut all ties with mortgage brokers.   The move by the thriving Brisbane bank has set off alarm bells throughout the mortgage broker market. The Bank of Queensland's chief executive, David Liddy, says: "We decided to go back to doing it ourselves with our...
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NAB enters undertaking with ASIC 24 Dec, 9:46 AM 2Financial Services     AAP The National Australia Bank Ltd has entered into an enforceable undertaking with the Australian Securities and Investment Commission following an inquiry into an October 2012 share price spike on the Australian stock exchange. The undertaking relates specifically to NAB's responsibility for potential market misconduct undertaken by the trading personnel of a contractor, which led to the spike, ASIC said. "NAB has agreed to adopt specific monitoring and control systems for its direct market access trading and ASIC will supervise the certification of those systems for the next three years," the watchdog said in a statement. It said the NAB would also make a voluntary contribution of $2 million to fund independent financial literacy projects in Australia. ASIC Commissioner Cathie Armour said the undertaking was a timely, effective way to ensure there was genuine change to monitoring and...
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  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    Ah yes all very clever re timing! Have now heard on very good authority one of the PAC is doing something critical over New Year.
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    Nothing is ever bad timing for Nab. Calculated and manipulative. Ask me, I know what Nab are capable of. How about 5 mins before
  • Denise
    Denise says #
    ASIC are experts at bad timing in my experience in dealing with them. Its either good or bad timing for NAB, and this was good ti
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    Presumably the timing of the announcement( Christmas Eve, when the press were closed the next day was merely co-incidental. No dou
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    Come off it Nab, we did not come down in the last shower.!!!! You crooks have been at it since 1970 when we first had contact wit
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