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Hotline for Banksia investors

The Rural Finance Corporation is providing support to people and businesses affected by the Banksia collapse.

October 30, 2012 9:00am

A hotline has been established for rural producers and communities affected by the collapse of the Banksia Group.

The hotline will help provide those affected with up to date information about the issue at hand.

Rural Finance CEO Rob Goudswaard said there was genuine concern for all those directly affected and Rural Finance would do everything it could to provide up to date information that can assist objective decision making at a very emotional time.

Those individuals, businesses or communities affected by the Banksia collapse can contact Rural Finance on freecall 1800 260 425.

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