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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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The Australian Bankers’s Association submission on Revisions to the prudential framework for securitisation

14 March 2016

The ABA provided APRA with feedback on the discussion paper "Revisions to the prudential framework for securitisation". The ABA agrees with APRA for the critical need to revive the domestic securitisation market in order to encourage banks to originate more credit into the real economy.

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The Australian Bankers’ Association submission on the Revisions to the Standardised Approach for credit risk

11 March 2016

The ABA welcomed the opportunity to provide feedback on the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Second consultative document: Standards: Revisions to the Standardised Approach for credit risk.

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The Australian Bankers’ Association submission on Improving tax compliance etc and Business transactions

15 February 2016

The ABA provided feedback to the ATO on Improving tax compliance - enhanced third party reporting, pre-filling and data matching and Business transactions made through payment systems.

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The Australian Bankers’ Association submission on Enhanced Protection of Client Money

29 January 2016

The ABA provided feedback to Treasury on their Policy Paper Enhanced Protection of Client Money.

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The Australian Bankers’ Association submission on the Inquiry into tax deductibility

18 January 2016

The ABA lodged its submission to the Standing Committee on Economics Inquiry into tax deductibility.

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ABA submission to ASIC on Future of Financial Advice: Conflicted remuneration

12 November 2012

The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) provided comments on the Consultation Paper 189: Financial Advice Reforms: Conflicted remuneration (CP189).

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Position on Climate Change

1 January 2008

The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) recognises that climate change is a global problem that requires a sustainable global solution. Australia’s economy and environment are particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. Governments, businesses and the community all have a role in driving changes in behaviour and responding to the challenges posed by climate change.

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