(Reuters) – Commonwealth Bank of Australia on Tuesday launched a number of initiatives to improve its wealth management business, which has come under fire in a high profile-inquiry on the financial sector.
The country’s No. 1 lender will remove certain fees on legacy wealth products and will launch a program to refund customers for any unauthorized advice fees charged to deceased estates, among other initiatives.
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