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Royal commission: NAB denies trying to dupe ASIC on loan fraud

Anthony Waldron, NAB executive general manager. Jason South Anthony Waldron, NAB executive general manager. Jason South

The banking royal commission has berated National Australia Bank for failing to formally report fraudulent bankers to the corporate regulator within timelines set down by the Corporations Act.

Counsel assisting also suggested the bank may have been trying to deceive the Australian Securities and Investments Commission as it put defending its own reputation ahead of customers.
The inquiry continued on Wednesday following revelations NAB employees accepted cash bribes in white envelopes to facilitate loans based on fake documents.

NAB's Anthony Waldron denied the reference to a "straw man" in internal documents suggested it was attempting to dupe the regulator. Royal Commission

NAB's executive general manager for broker partnerships, Anthony Waldron, was asked to interpret a document prepared for an October 2016 meeting that stated: "A straw man has been prepared with respect to the strategic engagement with ASIC about the greater western Sydney introducer fraud matter".

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Author: James Eyers
Last modified onThursday, 15 March 2018 21:50

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