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Colonial acquisition cost CBA shareholders $53bn: MerlonBY KANIKA SOOD | TUESDAY, 9 APR 2019 12:48PM
CBA's decision to purchase Colonial under then chief executive David Murray destroyed $53 billion of value to shareholders in today's dollars, says Merlon Capital Partners.
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