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|... Royal Commission released on February 4. Commissioner Kenneth Hayne criticised the leadership of chief executive Andrew Thorburn and chair Ken Henry during the final round of hearings. Hayne said he was not confident Thorburn and Henry have learned lessons ...|
|... Hayne said. However, praise was not reserved for all. NAB was called out for the performances of chief executive Andrew Thorburn and chair Dr Ken Henry during the final round of hearings, with Hayne explicit in his criticism of the two. "Having heard ...|
|... estimates more than 80% of the votes cast will be 'against' the remuneration report. Chief executive Andrew Thorburn said in his opening statement that NAB has completed its refunds of plan service fees , and the issue affecting more than 304,000 ...|
|... should you need someone to sue NAB so you can sort these things out?" Orr asked. Yesterday, NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn said wealth management had become an unnecessary failure for Australia's big banks , while lamenting the bank's inability ...|
|NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn said the venture into wealth management by Australia's big banks was most likely a failure. Opening the final week of hearings into misconduct in financial services today in Melbourne, counsel assisting Michael Hodge ...|
|NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn failed to give an exact number of clients hit by the bank's misconduct as he fronted the parliamentary inquiry into major banks in Canberra this morning. Thorburn said he expects the total number of customers ...|
|... wrong and put things right for our customers," he said. Meanwhile, commenting on Friday, NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn said he would take the weekend to pore over the report before issuing a full response. "I have had the opportunity to read the ...|
|National Australia Bank chief executive Andrew Thorburn will be paid 11% less than last year if the banking group's performance is at target, following a revamp of NAB's executive pay structure. National Australia Bank chief executive Andrew Thorburn's ...|
|... insincere to ASIC as to the extent of remediation being paid to customers. In a statement, NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn said Hagger believes now is the right time to leave the bank. Hagger said: "I take accountability for what has occurred on ...|
|... senior executive at ANZ, working across strategic development, personal banking and payments. NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn said it had been a pleasure working with Cahill and wished him well in future endeavours. "He has made a significant contribution ...|
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The Queensland-headquartered asset manager has appointed a general manager for capital solutions, and an investment director in its state investments team.
New York based ARP Investments has entered the Australian market through a partnership with Axius Partners.
A fourth person has been sentenced to four years imprisonment for their role in a syndicate that allegedly defrauded the Commonwealth of over $105 million.
The International Monetary Fund has predicted global public debt will rise to its highest levels in history as a result of the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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