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Consultations for Authorised deposit-taking institutions

Capital

Data and Reporting

Pending
TBC

This page contains APRA's direction for data collections and each industry’s roadmap for the creation of new collections and the transition to APRA Connect over the next five years.

Governance

Open to submissions
7 October 2022

This page contains APRA's consultation on new prudential requirements for remuneration. The new requirements will help regulated entities align remuneration practices with risk, performance and their long-term viability.

Other

Closed
11 August 2021

APRA consulted on revisions to its approach to licensing and supervising new entrant authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs). The updated approach reflects a greater understanding of the operational and financial challenges new entrants face.

Pending
TBC

APRA requests feedback from interested stakeholders on proposed updates to the modernised Economic and Financial Statistics (EFS) data collection reporting standards and guidance.

Risk Management

Open to submissions
6 December 2022

APRA is consulting on new prudential standards to strengthen the preparedness of banks, insurers and superannuation trustees to respond to future financial crises.

Open to submissions
21 Octobe 2022

This page sets out details of APRA’s proposals in relation to Operational Risk Management for all APRA-regulated entities, it includes a discussion paper and proposed new prudential standard.

Closed
October 2021

APRA has consulted on its draft expectations regarding authorised deposit-taking institutions’ (ADIs’) preparedness for the possibility of zero and negative interest rates.

Closed
December 2019

This page contains APRA's consultation on proposed revisions to the prudential framework for Large Exposures for authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs).

Closed
June 2019

APRA is releasing a new prudential standard and updated guidance in relation to information security across all APRA-regulated industries. As technological developments continue to expand, the scope and sophistication of potential malicious activity against financial institutions will increase. The new requirements and guidance will help regulated entities to manage these risks.