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Banking industry related websites

These links will take you to other banking industry related websites which you might find useful when researching information. They have been divided into the following groups:

Finance Industry Associations

Customer Owned Banking Association

Australian Financial Markets Association

Australian Payments Clearing Association

The Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia 


The Finance and Treasury Association

Australian Financial Complaints Authority  


Attorney General's Department

Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy on behalf of the Australian Government – Stay Smart Online

Department of Family and Community Services

Department of Finance and Deregulation

Financial System Inquiry

NSW Department of Fair Trading

The Prime Minister

Victorian Department of Consumer and Business Affairs

Royal Australian Mint

South Australian Office of Consumer and Business Affairs

Standard Business Reporting 

Tasmanian Department of Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading

Western Australian Consumer and Employment Protection

Member Banks


Overseas Organisations

American Bankers' Association

Bank for International Settlements

British Bankers' Association

Canadian Bankers' Association

Hong Kong Association of Banks




Australian Competition and Consumer Association

Reserve Bank of Australia

Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)

Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA)


The Australian Bureau of Statistics is Australia's official statistical organisation. 

The Australian Payments Clearing Association collects informaion on ATM and EFTPOS terminals, transactions in cheques, direct entry, cards in the number of customer payment accounts and cards.

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority collects statistics on the number of bank branches, agencies, banks' assets and liabilities.


Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce

Virtual Global Taskforce

Code Compliance Monitoring Committee

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Open Banking will allow customers, at their request, to share their personal information with other financial institutions to allow them to find a better deal on expenses such as electricity bills, telecommunications and other items.
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