28 February 2023
ABA notes that one of the considerations for ASIC ought to be the deployment of the best combination of enforcement tools that would bring about early resolution of matters in a way that would promote customer confidence. Unresolved issues which extend for many months are unhelpful to customer confidence. Additionally, extended resolution times can cause uncertainty within the industry as it awaits an outcome. We suggest EUs and Infringement Notices are particularly useful because they not only punish poor practices, but they also deliver speedier improvements to business practice and customer outcomes.Download PDF
The ABA Submission is supportive of the Landgate’s efforts to enable the creation and execution of documents in electronic form. The ABA provides answers to the specific questions in the Landgate consultation paper.
The Australian Banking Association (ABA) welcomes Australia Prudential Regulation Authority’s (APRA) ongoing and constructive engagement, and the opportunity to respond to the policy options on the revised draft Prudential Standard APS 117 Capital Adequacy: Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book (APS 117), which were presented to industry on 18 May 2023.
The ABA submission to the Senate Economic Committee, the submission addresses the importance of certainty regarding capital raises and distributions to banks.