The number and scale of banking scandals in Australia since the GFC is exceptional and unacceptable. This clearly points to a systemic problem within the banking sector.
The Guardian Newspaper prepared a timeline which summarises some of the reported banking scandals between 2009 and 2016. Many victims remain without adequate (or any) redress.
Further serious examples of systemic misconduct have emerged since this timeline was prepared including the CBA AUSTRAC proceedings alleging 53,000 money-laundering threshold reporting breaches.