Class action against Westpac re AML/CTF breaches — Case management hearing


Following AUSTRAC commencing proceedings against Westpac for AML/CTF breaches, Phi Finney McDonald has launched a class action alleging Westpac breached its continuous disclosure obligations and engaged in misleading or deceptive conduct. More details here and here.[.....]

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