Original article by Misa Han
The Australian Financial Review – Page: 15 & 18 : 12-Mar-19
Australia’s four major banks and AMP have set aside over $1 billion to compensate customers who were impacted by the fee-for-no-service scandal. However, along with Macquarie, they have been attacked by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission for the time it is taking them to identify and compensate customers who were affected by the scandal. ASIC has also criticised the big four banks, AMP and Macquarie for not conducting further reviews of the systemic failures that led to the scandal in the first place.
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