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Naked among cannibals : what really happens inside Australian banks

Author: Graham Hand; James Bennett Pty. Ltd.
Publisher: Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2003.
Series: James Bennett Etitle.; E-title.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Australia's banks have gone from being revered to reviled in a relatively short space of time. The author shows how this change can be traced to the desperation of one bank and its profit-making practices, in this insider's story of the State Bank of New South Wales.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Graham Hand; James Bennett Pty. Ltd.
ISBN: 1741150302 9781741150308
OCLC Number: 223861051
Notes: More information on James Bennett Etitle may be found at http://www.bennett.com.au.
Description: 1 online resource (pages.).
Contents: Part title; Title page; Contents; To the reader; Preface; 1 The biggest bank heist of all time; 2 From showdown to lowdown; 3 The trusting sleep of the innocent; 4 The end of the other state banks; 5 Reinventing the Bank; 6 Management by committee; 7 Pricing Committee and bare-faced effrontery; 8 From revered to reviled; 9 A much-loved borrower; 10 Funny Money; 11 Once were customers; 12 An element of the fantastic; 13 Transfer pricing rules, OK; 14 All go at Altco; 15 Shades of Gray in Treasury; 16 Give me the child and I'll give you the man; 17 Show me the money; 18 First State, first rate.
Series Title: James Bennett Etitle.; E-title.
Responsibility: Graham Hand.

Abstract:

Australia's banks have gone from being revered to reviled in a relatively short space of time. The author shows how this change can be traced to the desperation of one bank and its profit-making practices, in this insider's story of the State Bank of New South Wales.

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