Australian watchdog files charges against CBA for mis-selling insurance By Reuters
© Reuters. FILE PHOTO – The logo of the Commonwealth Bank (CBA), is seen at Sydney’s Australian headquarters on February 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed/File Photo
(Reuters) – Australia’s securities regulator on Thursday filed criminal charges in the federal court against top lender Commonwealth Bank of Australia (OTC:) for mis-selling consumer credit insurance to its customers.
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