Financial services regulation

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BEAR Regime - Size of an ADI - Draft Legislative Instrument
20 Apr 2018
The ABA recommends that the draft legislative instrument be amended so that a ‘small ADI’ would be defined as having less than or equal to $30 billion total resident assets rather than the current definition of having less than or equal to $10 billion total resident assets (on a three-year average).
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ABA Response to the Farrell Report into Open Banking
26 Mar 2018
Australia’s banks are committed to the success of open data which, if delivered properly, can empower customers to use their data from across the economy to make the best choices for their circumstances and preferences.
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Australian Banking Association submission on Mandatory Comprehensive Credit Reporting
23 Feb 2018
The ABA has commented on the exposure draft legislation to mandate a comprehensive credit reporting regime.
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Australian Bankers’ Association submission on Crisis Resolution Powers Legislation
18 Dec 2017
The ABA has commented on the Inquiry into the Financial Sector Legislation Amendment (Crisis Resolution Powers and Other Measures) Bill 2017 [Provisions]
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Australian Bankers’ Association submission on banking executive accountability
3 Nov 2017
Australian Bankers’ Association lodged a submission to the Senate inquiry into Treasury Laws Amendment (Banking Executive Accountability and Related Measures) Bill 2017 and accompanying Explanatory Memorandum.
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Australian Bankers’ Association submission on ASIC’s power to ban senior officials
4 Oct 2017
The ABA lodged a submission to the ASIC Enforcement Review Taskforce’s consultation paper on ASIC’s power to ban senior officials in the financial sector.
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Australian Bankers’ Association BEAR submission
29 Sep 2017
The ABA provided a submission to Treasury on exposure draft legislation of the Banking Executive Accountability Regime and the accompanying draft Explanatory Memorandum.
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Australian Bankers’ Association submission to the Farrell Inquiry on open banking
22 Sep 2017
The ABA has put forward an industry-wide model to implement open banking, one that will give customers confidence their data is being shared securely and with their informed consent.
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The Australian Bankers’ Association submission on improving the credit card market
23 Aug 2017
The ABA provided comments to Treasury on its consultation paper, Credit Cards: Improving consumer outcomes and enhancing competition.
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The Australian Bankers’ Association’s submission on banking executive accountability
4 Aug 2017
The ABA provided Treasury with comments on its consultation paper on the Banking Executive Accountability Regime.

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A sensible path forward for Open Banking
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The announcement by the Federal Government of a phased approach for introducing Open Banking is a sensible path forward for this important reform, enabling banks to design a secure system which benefits Australian consumers.
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