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ANZ accused of paying hush money on BBSW scandalBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | FRIDAY, 3 JUL 2020 12:36PM
In an action filed in the Federal Court ANZ has been accused of throwing a whistleblower under the bus, paying a fine as "hush money" and "virtue signalling" following ASIC's investigation into ANZ's alleged manipulation of the bank bill swap rate.
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