The Reserve Bank of Australia told its law firm Freehills that RBA staff should co-operate with the Australian Federal Police in bribery inquiries "but not provide any more assistance than is necessary", police alleged in case notes divulged in a committal hearing at the Melbourne Magistrate's Court. The Financial Review reported on the hearing.
The former chairman of the RBA’s note-printing subsidiaries, Securency and Note Printing Australia, Bob Rankin (now the...
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