Financial Crimes No Longer Tolerable

We're mad as hell ... and we're not going to take it anymore

Summary: 

This is a classic "truth to power" move from John Telford (VOFF) to Tim Wilson - Chair of the House Economics Committee. There have been too many financial scandals that have hurt hard working people who are saving for their retirement. It is no longer acceptable and if the government doesn't respond to reasoned discussion and peaceful protest then they will be held accountable. White collar criminals must be stripped of their assets and jailed. Victims of the Trio fraud are owed justice as are many others who have suffered from corporate criminals being allowed to get away with crimes by weak and compliant politicians.

The House Economics Committee - and indeed Josh Frydenberg - should now be insisting that banks claw back pay and bonuses ........ and "golden handshakes."

Article Information
Category: 
Author: 
John Telford - Victims of Financial Fraud
Source: 
VOFF - Open Letter to Tim Wilson HEC Chair
Date First Published: 
28 Nov 2019
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Peter Brandson
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