As a result of questionable evidence provided by senior CBA executives to the inquiry, the senate has called for both the CEO Ian Narev, and Chairman David Turner to give further evidence in relation to one of the biggest cases of financial misconduct in Australia's history.
Victims consistently claim that they were stonewalled by senior Commonwealth Bank staff for years, such as Brendan French (General Manager of Group Customer Relations). This was evidenced in the senate.
A spokesperson from the Commonwealth Bank has now confirmed that Brendan French has recently been appointed as Executive General Manager of Open Advice Review. Victims that claim they were turned away by Brendan French personally with dismissive communications, have expressed their concerns that he is once again in control of their outcome.
Culture in a big organisation does not simply change overnight, but we thank Ian Narev and the Commonwealth Bank for acknowledging that the culture needs to be changed, and we are hopeful that it will.
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