Writers @ Stanton: Adele Ferguson
Venue: Stanton Library
In ‘Banking Bad’, Adele Ferguson traces the origins of the banking scandal to the early 1990s, when buckets of money began pouring into compulsory superannuation funds, set up by Labor Treasurer Paul Keating.
Attracted by the increasing cash, banks devised corrupt or questionable practices to get their hands on funds, along with aggressive selling practices that ignored due diligence, trust and honesty.
Adele Ferguson is a multi-award winning senior business writer and columnist for leading newspapers The Age, and The Sydney Morning Herald.
The author talk is followed by question time and the opportunity for book signing.
There is seating for 100 people and standing room is available.
Seating is on a first come, first served basis.
If you have specific accessibility or seating requirements, please contact the library prior to the event.
08 August 2019 at 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
New South Wales