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Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in Toxic Financial Products   MANAGING FRAUD To achieve our vision, we are committed to working against financial crime, and have clear guidelines for all employees regarding their responsibilities and obligations with respect to the management and reporting of fraud. Our Fraud Policy Our Fraud Policy defines the Group's fraud control principles, mandatory requirements and accountabilities. It clearly articulates that the Group does not tolerate fraud and is committed to promoting and maintaining a sound ethical culture. All employees, temporary staff, contractors and service providers must ensure they are aware of their responsibilities and obligations with respect to the prevention, detection and reporting of fraud. This Policy is applicable to all businesses within the Group, including subsidiaries and joint ventures where the Group has a controlling interest. Monitoring compliance All business unit heads are required to identify and manage their fraud risks to protect the Group’s customers, assets and reputation. All employees, temporary staff,...
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War of words over CBA financial advice victims June 17, 2014   Adele Ferguson  SMH ·             Commonwealth Bank and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission are having a war of words in relation to the compensation process offered to victims of the bank's financial planning scandal. While the spat continues, it raises more questions than it answers about the role of ASIC and CBA in dealing with clients who saw their life savings decimated by more than a few bad financial planning apples. A confidential report from the bank to a Senate committee says ASIC was well aware that the bank's compensation process was not ''consistently applied'' to affected customers of advisers where there were concerns about the quality of their advice. It says ASIC was fully informed about changes to its compensation scheme. These changes included not offering all affected victims the same compensation process that it offered...
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Yes folks: Truth finally bubbling to the surface.  Did you purchase a TOXIC LENDING PRODUCT   Defeated S&P faces storm of litigation by:LEO SHANAHAN  From:The Australian June 07, 201412:00AM STANDARD & Poor’s is bracing for the onset of billions more in legal claims following a court ­ruling that could extend liability for its rating of toxic financial products prior to the global financial crisis.   The full bench of the Federal Court rejected an appeal by S&P and ABN Amro after they were found liable for giving AAA ­ratings to tens of millions of ­dollars worth of toxic financial products.  In a landmark 2012 judgment, 12 regional Australian councils successfully sued S&P for almost $20 million lost on complex ­financial products called CPDOs (constant proportion debt obligations) in the global financial crisis. The products had been given positive ratings by S&P, including its ­coveted AAA rating. The court yesterday unanimously rejected...
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    We can't trust S&P - their ratings system is full of corrupt dealings, or maybe they're just totally incompetent. Litigation is a
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