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We know the big banks must be asking what can we do to restore our reputation?

In the midst of a continually unfolding crisis with the Banking Royal Commission findings it certainly is the wrong question. Shouldn’t it be “What can we do to change our ways and perform better?”
Australians are looking for tangible evidence of improvement, not platitudes and promises after decades of bad behaviour by the banks. The latest feel-good reputation campaign “Australian banks belong to you” promoting the message “Profits don’t belong to the banks, they belong to everyday Australians like you.” really doesn’t cut it. #bankingreform #thebigfour
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Will you help us combat homelessness this winter? Only 6 sleeps away.

We are grateful for all the donations to support the Vinnies CEO Sleepout and know this is will help empower more people to get off the streets and into stable accommodation. Please share with anyone you know who would like to support this cause before 21 June. #ceosleepout
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SR Group is standing firmly with Professor Ramsay's review for the federal government recommending the establishment of a compensation scheme of last resort for victims of poor financial advice. With the Royal commission dedicating public hearings to financial advice and Dover showcased it is an area needing the most immediate attention of last resort compensation. Time for reform. #bankingroyalcommission

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Veronica Macpherson has been found guilty of deceptive and misleading conduct by ASIC. Next step: award compensation to the investors she defrauded!
SR Group is working towards this. #reform http://ow.ly/QyoK30knwLW
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Today’s highest fine in Australia for anti-money laundering breaches reveals the royal commission is putting the spotlight on regulatory oversights and already is having a significant impact. Now is the time for meaningful reforms to our financial banking sector. #bankingroyalcommission #rc
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Investment Scams cost Australians $64 million in the past 12 months. We meet many people that have been compromised by being pressured into investing their money into schemes that don't bring returns. ASIC has some worthwhile tips to check if an investment is real. Check out tips. http://ow.ly/X3Tm30kaPA3
#scamawarenessweek
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Business lending and the policing of loans is the focus for the third public hearing. We are likely to hear some horrendous examples of the way small businesses have been dealt with by the major banks. We work with many businesses in achieving a mutually agreeable resolve with banks that have been dealt a unfair hand. #RC #bankingroyalcommission
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It is now becoming clear a compensation scheme for victims should be considered after the hearings to date in the banking royal commission. Our Managing Director Susie Bennell stands by her belief - The voice of the people will be heard!

Flashback from 24 August 2016
This country is owed a Royal Commission into the Banking and Financial Services Sector. Any half-hearted attempt to thwart this call must be questioned. Why would a Tribunal who can punish Banks achieve anything more than that which the Financial Ombudsman is already funded to do? Why spend more money when an administrative institution already exists with authority to make determinations against the Banks. Perhaps the money required for the establishment of a Tribunal would be better spent funding a retrospective victims compensation fund. People power – have your voice. Make it heard!
Susie Bennell will be in Canberra on Wednesday lobbying both sides of the House for a Royal Commission. Let Canberra hear our roar! We will be heard!
#banks #royalcommission
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Should the banks be paying interest to customers when they take 217 days to pay compensation? ASIC working to establish fairness in the financial system for customers is a positive step in terms of reform.
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