Extend Royal Commission Meeting Opens

Case Summary

Bank victims, supporters and concerned citizens want to see bank crimes punished and victims of bank misconduct compensated. This will not happen unless the Banking and Financial Services Royal Commission is extended to allow more time, more cases to be heard and more powers than currently exist in the Terms of Reference.

Politicians from all parties were invited by bank warriors to the Extend The Royal Commission forum at Parliament House, Canberra on 14.08.18. The campaign has continued to roll out and gain momentum since then with the help of Leon Ashby and dedicated Bank Warriors working together. Get Behind the Campaign.

Story Details
Story Of: 
Bank Victim Horror Story Event - Aug 2018
Bank Involved: 
Banks in General
Financial Institution (if other): 
Financial Services & Non-Banks
Bank Malpractice Type: 
Predatory Lending
Incompetent Business Practices
Corruption
Powermongering & Greed
Unconscionable Conduct
Other Bad Banking Behaviour

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