'The bank didn't care who they hurt'
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Australia bank inquiry: 'They didn't care who they hurt'

Henry Kummerfeld once owned two farms in Australia, but both were seized by his bank when a cattle deal fell through.

He is among thousands of Australians who allege misconduct by the nation's banking and financial institutions - currently the subject of a national inquiry.

Mr Kummerfeld tells the BBC how he "lost everything".

Video by Hywel Griffith and Matt Leiper.

  • 19 Jul 2018
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