Henry: NAB board was too soft

Original article by James Frost, James Eyers
The Australian Financial Review – Page: 9 : 28-Nov-18

National Australia Bank’s chairman Ken Henry appeared before the financial services royal commission again on 27 November. He told the inquiry that NAB’s "toxic" relationship with the Australian Securities & Investments Commission had affected the bank’s ability to compensate customers in a timely manner for losses incurred as a result of misconduct. He also conceded that NAB’s board could have done more to compel the bank’s executives to seek improved relations with ASIC.

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