MELBOURNE/SYDNEY, Oct 25 (Reuters) - A hearing into allegations of interest rate rigging against three of Australia's biggest banks was delayed on Wednesday to allow more time for the lenders to negotiate a settlement with the government.The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) took three of country's biggest lenders - Westpac Banking Corp , National Australia Bank Ltd and Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd - to court accusing them of rigging the bank bill swap reference rate (BBSW) for profit. 23 but the regulator asked on that day to have proceedings postponed until Wednesday after ANZ agreed to settle - a deal which still needs court approval. 31 with Westpac alone facing the allegations if both the other banks have reached a final settlement with the regulator, the lawyers said.'Richard bought Elizabeth this ring so why shouldn't Jocelyn have the same,' Lloyd laughed.'She is whimsical, magical, she has something to offer that nobody else in the world does.
The song peaked at #76 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart which may not be considered a hit, but charted significantly higher than her G-Unit debut single, "Twist It".She had been single for about four years when she agreed to step in at the last minute when a friend needed an extra runway model at a New York fashion show. 'In Paris, where I grew up, they would put paper on the tables in the cafes and when I waited for my food I would always sketch a woman's face.'I was sitting at the end of the runway and she came walking towards me in a fur coat,' Lloyd recalled 'Of course I knew who the famous Jocelyn Wildenstein was. 'I realized at that moment that that face looked exactly like Jocelyn.It was expected that Longott was release her music independently after she declined a record deal from label EMI.In April 2012, she signed signed a deal with Jerry Wonda's Wonda Music.
Daily can reveal the flamboyant New York socialite, famed for her feline features, is engaged to her fashion designer boyfriend Lloyd Klein.