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Australia: NAB to pay $49.5m in compensation related to credit insurance sales

Elouise Fowler writes in the AFR that NAB will have to pay compensation of $49.5 million to clients sold unsuitable credit insurance contracts.Link

Credit insurance as a brand has been devastated by conduct issues in Australia and New Zealand. Here new sales are virtually nil and the in-force book is shrinking fast. 

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