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    Post by Rocky Mon 14 Aug 2017, 4:22 am


    The resignation of the head of the largest bank in Australia on the background of the financing of terrorism



    14/08/2017


    Australia's Commonwealth Bank said on Monday that its chief executive would resign under pressure from market regulators following accusations that the firm violated AML / CFT laws.

    "Executive Director Ian Nariff will retire by the end of fiscal year 2018," said Katharine Livingstone, head of Commonwealth Bank, Australia's largest bank.

    Last week, calls for Naryv's resignation came after the financial intelligence agency, the Australian Center for Information and Analysis of Transactions (OSTRAK), opened an investigation against the Commonwealth Bank, accused of "seriously and systematically violating" the laws more than 53,000 times.

    The chief executive of the 50-year-old Commonwealth Bank said he would stay in office, but the bank chief said Monday that the bank wanted to end speculation about its future.

    "The process of appointing a successor takes place at all levels in the bank," Leavingstone said. "We agreed in the negotiations with Naariv that it is necessary for the bank's work to address speculation and issues relating to its position."

    New Zealand-born Ian Nariff took over the bank at the end of 2011.

    The FIA ​​accuses the giant bank of failing to report in time to 53,506 cash transactions of A $ 10,000 or more via ATMs between November 2012 and September 2015, with a total value of A $ 624.7 million.

    The agency noted that the bank failed to report suspicious financial transactions in a timely manner, or was not reported at all, nor did it monitor clients or manage risks, even when it noticed suspicious laundering of funds.


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