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The Australian Bankers’ Association submission on APS 110 and APG 110

23 March 2016

The ABA provided APRA with comments on “Amendments to Prudential Standard APS 110 Capital Adequacy and draft Prudential Practice Guide APG 110 – Capital Buffers.

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