The Commonwealth Bank has pleaded guilty to 87 criminal charges today, after the institution admitted its involvement in widespread insurance hawking.
According to a statement released by ASIC early last month, the bank employed telemarketing firm Aegon to sell life insurance products between 2010 and 2014.
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