Rogue trader to tells his NAB story

David Bullen, one of the traders at the centre of National Australia Bank's $360 million foreign currency scandal, will today launch a book telling his version of events. “Fake: My Life as a Rogue Trader” is an autobiographical tale of the high life of currency traders involving drugs and partying. Another of the former NAB traders, Luke Duffy, attempted to get the publication of Bullen's book stopped. Bullen is planning a sequel to his book and a website. He has one piece of advice for NAB's current CEO John Stewart: Get out while you can … You can't change the bank's culture.