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ANZ traders stood down over interest rate rigging probe Banking and Finance Date November 20, 2014 James Eyres   ANZ Banking Group has stood down seven traders being targeted by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission for possible manipulation of Australia's benchmark interest rate. The regulator is investigating an extensive period of potential misconduct in the Bank Bill Swap Rate (BBSW) market from early 2007 to 2013. Royal Bank of Scotland, UBS and BNP Paribas have already been forced to pay fines for their role in manipulating the rate, but this is the first time one of the big four Australian banks has been identified as being involved in potential misconduct. ASIC is continuing to investigate 10 other members of the 14 member BBSW panel – including the three other big banks –but this is taking a long time and involves the review of millions of documents. ASIC's attention on...
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    Wayne says #
    ANZ ...AS YOU SEW SO SHALL YOU REAP..... there is heaps more fraud going on at ANZ than everyone relies... but it will surely rai
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Continue reading RBS fined £14.5m over mortgage advice By admin on August 27, 2014 Royal Bank of Scotland has been fined £14.5m by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).  The City watchdog said RBS had failed to ensure that it gave suitable mortgage advice to customers.  The FCA said: “Two reviews of sales from 2012 found that in over half the cases the suitability of the advice was not clear.”  RBS chief executive Ross McEwan said the failings were, “unacceptable and should never have happened”. The FCA found that RBS and its NatWest business had failed to consider the full extent of a customer’s budget when making a recommendation.  The banks also failed to give proper debt consolidation advice, and had not advised customers what mortgage term was appropriate for them, the regulator said.  “Only two of the 164 sales reviewed were considered to meet the standard required overall in a sales process,”...
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    £14.5m seems like a pittance to me. Into whose coffers do these fines get paid? The people the bank damaged? I think not. The
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