4 October 2018
The ABA is cognisant of the size and complexity of the task APRA has in finalising and calibrating a number of significant reforms to the Australian prudential framework. The ABA looks forward to continued dialogue to ensure an appropriate implementation of the capital framework for Australian ADIs.Download PDF
The ABA welcomes the timely review of APS 220 to incorporate the new developments in credit risk management practices, including the new accounting standards and the Basel Committee supervisory guidance on sound credit risk practices. The ABA agrees that effective management of credit risk is a critical component of a comprehensive approach to risk management… Read more »
ABA’s submission to Data 61 on Consumer Data Rights Standards 0.9.3 highlighted the need for a number of important functional and security requirements to be embedded in the regime.
The ABA welcomes APRA’s revision of the current buffer and floor limits set in December 2014.