If I may, I will now turn to Mr. Hannah.
Unlike the NDP members, I have no objection to banks making money. I am a businessman myself. It is inevitable that people in business want to make money in order to reinvest it.
It could be a problem, however, if the banks are too greedy, if they want too much, and go so far as to be willing to falsify signatures. I consider it a serious problem if sales coordinators ask employees to falsify signatures in order to collect fees from clients, since it is obvious that banks make money from fees.
As to your presentation today, as in Mr. Dusseault's case, you do not seem to recognize how serious a problem this is. The investigation will continue; the people who have conducted the investigations thus far will not leave you alone. I expect you do take that seriously.
In Canada, we cannot let the banks ruin everything. You have an impact not only on yourselves as Canadian banks, but on the Canadian banking system as a whole. Personally, I hope your employees take the bull by the horns and make sure this does not happen again. It is unacceptable.
What do you have to say to that?