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Judgement: Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre v Commonwealth Bank of Australia Limited [2018] FCA 930 (Federal Court of Australia, 20 June 2018)

Media Release: AUSTRAC and CBA agree $700m penalty (Australian Transactions Reports and Analysis Centre, 04 June 2018)

Media Release: AUSTRAC seeks civil penalty orders against CBA (Australian Transactions Reports and Analysis Centre, 03 August 2017)

Media Release: AUSTRAC welcomes Federal Court orders for CBA penalty (Australian Transactions Reports and Analysis Centre, 20 June 2018)

Media Release: Joint Media Release with the Treasurer and Attorney-General - Record penalty agreed for breaches of money laundering and terrorism financing laws (Minister of Home Affairs, 04 June 2018)

Media Article: Money laundering: CBA bows to the inevitable and concedes it is at fault, but will it be enough? (Stephen Letts, ABC News, 06 June 2018)

Media Article: Was the CBA really taken to the cleaners with its $700 million money laundering fine? (Stephen Letts, ABC News, 06 June 2018)

AUSTRAC Commences Civil Proceedings Against CBA for 'Serious' and 'Systemic' Breach

AUSTRAC’s Securities & Derivatives Sector: Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Risk Assessment

Class Action Launched On Behalf Of CBA Shareholders Over Money-Laundering Scandal
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