Winter, Mark 1958-: Hey Boss, There's a bloke out here ta see yah... says he has Australian banking connections. BNZ Bank for sale. PSA Journal, 15 March - 11 April 1989 and The Mirror (Invercargill), 15 March 1989.
Reference Number: H-652-010
Notorious Australian bank robber Ned Kelly has arrived on his horse. Exhibition caption reads - The Bank of New Zealand had lent speculatively and recklessly to some of the 1980s entrepreneurs who were corporate cowboys on a scale that Ned Kelly would never have imagined possible. After their over-hyped companies collapsed following the 1987 stock market crash, successive Labour and National governments bailed out the bank to a collective tune of $1.3 billion. Calls for a public enquiry were stifled by the secretive sale of the bank to the National Australia Bank in late 1992.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Mark Winter, Ned Kelly, Book title Ian F. The Other Side of the Ditch Grant, The Other Side of the Ditch (Exhibition title) 2001., PSA Journal (Periodical), Bank of New Zealand, Australia, New Zealand, Bank robberies and Banks and banking.
Winter, Mark 1958-: Hey Boss, There's a bloke out here ta see yah... says he has Australian banking connections. BNZ Bank for sale. PSA Journal, 15 March - 11 April 1989 and The Mirror (Invercargill), 15 March 1989., Reference Number H-652-010 (1 digitised items)
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