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Nab's lending practices have been questioned writes:  Peter Hemphill.  Weekly Times. 4th June 2014. Farmers and grain traders are questioning whether Nab is Australia's most exposed rural lender.   For a number of prominent dairy, grain and fertiliser companies that have gone broke over the past four years, in almost all cases NAB was their lender. The latest in a relatively long list of rural failures is Brenton Strauss' Sapphire (SA) which traded as River City Grain Co. in Victoria. It collapsed in March with NAB owed $5.2 million, some of which was not secured. Sapphire creditor Stuart Ellis questioned NAB's due diligence on the failed grain trader, particularly its examination of Sapphire's history of payments. One farming family claimed it enlisted NAB earlier this year to ascertain whether Sapphire was financially secure before selling grain to it for the first time as part of a due diligence process. The...
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