Dec 18 (Reuters) - National Australia Bank Ltd said on Wednesday it had refunded A$276 million ($187.29 million) to customers for past wrongs since June last year, as pressure on the country’s top lenders remain unabated following a powerful public probe into their misdeeds.
NAB, Australia’s third-largest lender by market capitalisation, currently faces prospective allegations of breaching anti-money laundering laws.
The securities regulator on Tuesday filed a lawsuit alleging the bank of financial misconduct.
$1 = 1.4736 Australian dollars Reporting by Aby Jose Koilparambil in Bengaluru
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