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Pension giants launch class action against Commonwealth Bank

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Four US pension funds have joined the latest class action against Commonwealth Bank.

This makes it the second class action the bank faces in relation to money-laundering.

Melbourne law firm Phi Finney McDonald was approached to launch the action by US pension funds with a combined net worth close to US$500 billion.

The action alleges for a period of three years Commonwealth Bank was aware it had issues with its ATMs allowing and facilitating the contravention of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism legislation.

Tim Finney tells Ross Greenwood the bank failed to notify shareholders.

“When AUSTRAC became aware, the bank still failed to disclose that to shareholders.”

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Brooke Corte
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