Newcastle MP Sharon Claydon will hold a roundtable meeting on Friday for people to share their experiences of becoming victim to illegal or immoral conduct by financial institutions.
It comes three weeks after commissioner Kenneth Hayne handed down his interim report from the Royal Commission into Financial Services.
Mr Hayne has heard evidence from 27 alleged victims after 9000 public submissions were submitted to the inquiry.
Ms Claydon said she wanted to give more people a chance to share their stories.
“I’m aware of a number of shocking cases of misconduct that have had dire impacts on people and their families in our community,” she said.
Insurer Suncorp publicly apologised to a Hunter family last month after Lochinvar woman Bernie Heald told the commission that claiming insurance after her home was ruined in the 2015 super storm was “like pulling teeth” and her family was forced to live in a house with cracking bricks for two years.
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