Class action against Colonial First State re interest rates — Case management hearing


This class action, lodged by Slater and Gordon, alleges the Commonwealth Bank and its Colonial First State superannuation fund breached the trust of its members by investing their retirement savings with its parent bank — despite the fact they didn't offer the best interest rates. More details here and here.[.....]

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