2 March 2020
The proposed amendments to the MPR are significant and the ABA is strongly opposed to Draft Version 6 of the MPR in their current form. The ABA is not aware of any instance of identity fraud in the electronic e-conveyancing system that would warrant such significant and costly changes.Download PDF
The ABA seeks clarification, but welcomes APRA’s approach by requiring a credit assessment to be ‘appropriate’. The ABA welcomes greater data transparency by regulators, but has a list of recommendations for ARS 923.3.
The response incorporates initiatives on loan deferrals and lending, banking accessibility, and electronic conveyancing and electronic mortgages. These measures were designed to support consumers and businesses through this difficult time and intended to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 on bank