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November 26, 2018 10:04:38

The banking royal commission is continuing its questioning of Australian finance’s big bosses, with National Australia Bank’s chief executive and chairman set to take the stand.

They are likely to be quizzed about the bank’s introducer program, which saw people from gym owners to tailors paid thousands of dollars in commissions or referring home loan customers, as well as NAB’s delays in reporting fee-for-no-service problems.

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Topics:

banking,

royal-commissions,

regulation,

australia

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