PET - Plain English Taxonomy

Name: CounterpartyTypeDimension
Label: Counterparty Type Dimension
TREF ID: DM409
Type: Predefined
Description:
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of counterparty the entity has transacted with.
Usage:

Dimension Members
Name Label TREF ID Description
ADI Authorised Deposit-taking Institution DV3821
The counterparty in relation to the information is an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI), being an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959.
ADIForeignBank ADI Foreign Bank DV8234
An authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI) within the meaning of the Banking Act 1959 or a foreign bank which is an entity authorised to carry on banking business in a foreign country that has not been granted an authority under section 9 of the Banking Act 1959 to carry on banking business in Australia.
ADINotBank Authorised Deposit-taking Institution Other Than a Bank DV4321
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Non-Bank Deposit-taking Institution, being an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution which has an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959, but which does not hold a consent under section 66 of the Act to use the word 'Bank'.
ADIOrOverseasEquivalent Authorised Deposit-taking Institution or Overseas Equivalent DV4508
The counterparty in relation to the information is an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (AD) or an equivalent overseas deposit-taking institutions.An ADI has an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959.
ADIOrOverseasEquivalentIncludingSubsidiaries Authorised Deposit-taking Institution or Overseas Equivalent Including Subsidiaries DV3964
The counterparty in relation to the information is an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) or an equivalent overseas deposit-taking institution (including their subsidiaries).This item includes ADIs and equivalent overseas deposit-taking institutions (including their subsidiaries) except where:     (a) the ADI or equivalent overseas deposit-taking institution is wholly-owned or effectively controlled, whether directly or indirectly, by the reporting party, and has been consolidated with the reporting party at Level 2 for capital adequacy purposes (refer APS 110); or     (b) the capital instruments of the ADI or equivalent overseas deposit-taking institution are held for trading purposes (refer APS 116).An ADI has an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959.
ADIRFCNotBank ADI and RFC Other Than a Bank DV3843
The counterparty in relation to the information is:     - A Non Bank Deposit Taking Institution, being an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution which have an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959, but which does not hold a consent under section 66 of the Act to use the word 'bank'.; or     - An RFC, being a company registered by APRA under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act because they are in the business of provision of finance (i.e. loans or debt securities) and, usually, the borrowing of money.
AO AO DV3999
The counterparty in relation to the information is not an Approved Deposit -taking Institution, Government agency, or central bank (or equivalent international organisation).
APRAAuthorisedGI APRA Authorised General Insurer DV5406
The counterparty in relation to the information is  an APRA-authorised General Insurer.
APRARegulatedNotADI APRA Regulated Entity Other Than an ADI or Overseas Equivalent DV4451
The counterparty in relation to the information is any entity regulated by APRA, but other than an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution  (ADI) or overseas deposit-taking equivalent.An Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) has an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959.
ActualAndImpliedFinancialInstitution Actual And Implied Financial Institution DV8229
The counterparty in relation to the information is an actual financial institution and an implied financial institution as the tradable instruments current ownership cannot be traced, including instruments that are held through third parties such as nominee companies to the extent that the ultimate owner cannot be determined.
AllEntitiesNotCorpsUnincGovtIndividualCSO All Entities Other Than Corporations, Unincorporated Business, Government, Individuals and CSOs DV3969
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is any entity, other than those which are classified as:- Corporations;- Unincorporated businesses;- General Government;- Individuals; and- Community service organisations/non-profit institutions serving households (individuals).
AustralianADIsNotIncludingDepositsInADIs Australian ADIs Not Including Deposits In ADIs DV7848
The information reported is in relation to counterparty classified as Australian Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI), being an in force authority under the relevant Act excluding any deposits with ADIs.
AuthorisedDepositTakingInstitutionBank Authorised Deposit Taking Institution Bank DV7325
The reported information relates to transaction with counterparties classified as an authorised deposit-taking institution within the meaning of Banking Act 1959 and banking institutions in foreign jurisdictions.
AuthorisedDepositTakingInstitutionBankNotMutualBank Authorised Deposit Taking Institution Bank Not Mutual Bank DV7336
The counterparty in relation to the information is an authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI) bank within the meaning of Banking Act 1959 but is not a mutual bank.
AuthorisedDepositTakingInstitutionNotBankCreditUnionBuildingSociety Authorised Deposit Taking Institution Not Bank Credit Union Building Society DV7323
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used. The counterparty in relation to the information is any authorised deposit-taking institution, other than those which are classified as Banks, Credit Unions or Building Societies (CUBS).
Bank Bank DV4899
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Bank, being an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) for which an authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959 is in force and which holds a consent under section 66 of the Act to use the word 'Bank'.
BankNotCentralBankForeignOffice Bank Other Than a Central Bank or Foreign Office DV5401
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Bank that is not a "Central Bank" nor a "Foreign Office" of the reporting party.                                                                                                                         A Central Bank is a public financial entity that has the responsibility for monetary policy, issuing currency and/or holding a country's international reserves. This includes supranational monetary authorities such as the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and the European Central Bank (ECB).                                                                                                   A foreign office of the reporting party is an operation located outside Australia that is not a separate legal entity to the reporting party.
BankingEntityNotRelatedNotCentralBank Banking Entity Not Related Not Central Bank DV8136
The information reported is in relation to Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions (e.g. banks, credit unions, building societies and similar entities overseas) that are not part of the same banking group (i.e. have the same controlling parent institution) and not  a central bank.
BankingInstitutionsNotCentralBank Banking Institutions Not Central Bank DV8133
The information reported is in relation to financial institutions whose business it is to receive deposits or close substitutes for deposits and to grant credits or invest in securities on their own account, including credit unions and building societies. Money market funds, investment funds and pension funds are excluded from this category, as are central banks and similar international organisations.
BankingRelatedEntities Banking Related Entities DV8139
The information reported is in relation to entities that are part of the same banking group (i.e. have the same controlling parent institution). This includes the controlling parent, the head office (if different), and branches and subsidiaries which are part of the consolidated entity.
CSO Community Service Organisation (CSO) DV3829
The counterparty in relation to the information is a community service organisation (CSO).CSOs are charities and aid organisations financed by voluntary transfers and institutions financed mostly by members contributions.
CashManagementTrust Cash Management Trust DV4322
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Cash Management Trust, being a type of collective investment that enables investors to purchase an interest in primarily short-dated securities (e.g. treasury notes and bank bills).
CentralBankPlusSupranationalMonetaryAuthorities Central Bank Plus Supranational Monetary Authorities DV4936
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Central Bank, being a public financial entity that has the responsibility for monetary policy, issuing currency and/or holding a country's international reserves. This includes supranational monetary authorities such as the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and the European Central Bank (ECB).
CentralBanks Central Banks DV7338
The counterparty in relation to the information is any Central Bank, being a public financial entity that has the responsibility for monetary policy, issuing currency and/or holding a country's reserves both domestic and offshore.
Commercial Commercial DV3841
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Commercial entity, being any of the following:     - private and public trading enterprises, being organisations owned and controlled by either the private or public sector which produce goods or non financial services for sale at market prices. This excludes all unincorporated businesses, except for branches of non-resident companies, property and trading trusts, and joint ventures or partnerships owned by corporations;     - private unincorporated business, being individuals acting as sole proprietors or in partnerships, for commercial or professional purposes;     - community service organisations (CSOs), being charities and aid organisations financed by voluntary transfers and institutions financed mostly by members contributions. This does not include CSOs and non profit institutes controlled and mainly financed by government;      - financial institutions; and     - Government.
CommercialNonFinancial Commercial Non Financial DV6139
The counterparty in relation to the information is a commercial or non-financial institution, determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
CommonwealthAndStateGovernments Commonwealth And State Governments DV4679
The counterparty in relation to the information is the Commonwealth (or Federal, or Australian) Government or a State Government.
CommonwealthPublicSectorTradingEnterprise Commonwealth Public Sector Trading Enterprise DV4896
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Commonwealth Public Sector Trading Enterprise (non-financial), being a trading enterprise owned and controlled by a Commonwealth Government and which produce goods or non-financial services for sale at market price.This includes all trading enterprises owned 50% or more by a Commonwealth Government or controlled by a Commonwealth Government through legislation, decree, or regulation.This excludes the Commonwealth Government itself; Government departments; Commonwealth Government owned financial institutions; and Commonwealth borrowing authorities.
Corporation Corporation DV3992
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Corporation, being a private sector legal entity that includes all bodies corporate and certain types of unincorporated bodies, but excludes banks and unit trusts.
CorporationNotADI Corporation Other Than an Authorised-Deposit-Taking Institution (ADI) DV3823
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Corporation, but which is not a Bank or any other Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI).
CorporationNotADIGIPrivateTradingCorpCommGovtRFC Corporation Other Than ADI, General Insurance, Private Trading Corporation, Commonwealth Government or a Registered Financial Corporation DV4812
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is a corporation, but other than those classified as any of the following:      - ADI, being an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI). An ADI has an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959.;      - General Insurance, being a body corporate that is authorised under s.12 of the Insurance Act 1973 to carry on insurance business in Australia. More generally, a non life, property or casualty insurer;      - Private Trading Corporation, being corporations owned and controlled by the private sector whose main activities are producing goods or non-financial services for sale;      - Commonwealth Government Corporations, being trading enterprises owned and controlled by a Commonwealth Government and which produce goods or non-financial services for sale at market price; or      - Registered Financial Corporations, being a company registered by APRA under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act because it is in the business of provision of finance (i.e. loans or debt securities) and, usually, the borrowing of money.
CorporationNotADIGIPrivateTradingCorpGovtRFCSecuritisers Corporation Other Than ADI, General Insurance, Private Trading Corporation, Government, Registered Financial Corporation or Securitisers DV4908
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is a corporation, but other than those classified as any of the following:      - ADI, being an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI). An ADI has an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959.;      - General Insurance, being a body corporate that is authorised under s.12 of the Insurance Act 1973 to carry on insurance business in Australia. More generally, a non life, property or casualty insurer;      - Private Trading Corporation, being corporations owned and controlled by the private sector whose main activities are producing goods or non-financial services for sale;      - Commonwealth Government Corporations, being trading enterprises owned and controlled by a Commonwealth Government and which produce goods or non-financial services for sale at market price;       - Registered Financial Corporations, being a company registered by APRA under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act because it is in the business of provision of finance (i.e. loans or debt securities) and, usually, the borrowing of money;      - Australian government including government owned or controlled commercial enterprises and central borrowing authorities;      - National government of foreign counties; or     - Securitisation programs, or securitisers which represent a structure (a special purpose vehicle, or SPV) where the cash flows from a pool (of assets, or interests in assets) are used to service obligations to creditors (typically holders of debt securities) who fund the SPV.
CorporationsTrustsJointVentures Corporations Trusts And Joint Ventures DV4119
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Corporation, Trust or Joint Venture.This excludes Pooled Superannuation Trusts and Retail/Public Offer Unit TrustsJoint Ventures are contractual arrangements whereby two or more parties undertake an economic activity, which is subject to joint control. This is to be determined in accordance with accounting standards.
CreditUnionOrBuildingSociety Credit Union Or Building Society DV7343
The counterparty in relation to the information is a credit union or building society (CUBS).
Domestic Domestic DV7327
The reported information relates to transactions with counterparties classified as a resident. That is, their domicile is Australia.
DomesticSovereignsMultilateralDevelopmentBanksOrDomesticPublicSectorEntities Domestic Sovereigns Multilateral Development Banks Or Domestic Public Sector Entities DV7341
The information reported is where counterparties are either domestic sovereigns, multilateral development banks (MDB) or domestic public sector entities (PSE) excluding the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA).
ECB European Central Bank DV5400
The counterparty in relation to the information is the European Central Bank (ECB).
Employee Employee DV5110
The counterparty in relation to the information is an employee of the reporting party. An employee is any person who received employee benefits as determined in accordance with accounting standards.
EquitiesTrust Equities Trust DV4323
The counterparty in relation to the information is an Equities Trust, being a type of collective investment that enables investors to purchase an interest in a diversified portfolio of primarily equity securities.
FIAndInsurerHoldingCompaniesNotADINOHCOverseasEquivalent Financial Institution, Insurer and Insurer Holding Companies Excluding ADI, NOHC, Overseas Equivalent DV3963
The counterparty in relation to the information is an insurer, holding companies of an insurer, or a financial institution. This excludes those financial institutions where the reporting party holds greater than or equal to 20 per cent and less than or equal to 50 per cent of the voting shares and are classified as any of the following:- Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions (ADI), being institutions that have an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959;- Equivalent overseas deposit-taking institutions; or- Authorised Non-Operating Holding Companies (NOHC) of an ADI or equivalent overseas entity.
FINotADICwlthGovtNFCRFCInsurancePrivTradingTrustCompany Financial Institution Other Than ADI, Commonwealth Govt Non-Financial Corporations, RFC, Insurance, Private Trading Property Trusts, or Private Trading Companies DV4369
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is a Financial Institution, but other than those Financial Institutions classified as any of the following:- ADIs, being corporation in relation to which an authority under subsection 9 (3) of the Banking Act 1959 is in force;- Australian Commonwealth government non-financial trading corporations;- RFCs, being corporations registered under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001 classified as Categories D, other and cash management trusts;- Insurance entities;- Property Trusts ,, being a type of collective investment that enables investors to purchase an interest in a diversified portfolio of primarily real estate assets;- Trading Trusts, being a type of collective investment that carries on a business that does not consist wholly ofinvesting in land for rental, nor investing in trading in unsecured loans, securities, shares, units in a unit trust, futures contracts, forward contracts, interest rate swap contracts, currency swap contracts, forward exchange rate contracts, forward interest rate contracts, life insurance policies, or rights or options in any of these;- Private Trading Corporations, being corporations owned and controlled by the private sector whose main activities are producing goods or non-financial services for sale, including:- All private corporate trading enterprises.- Intra group financiers and retailers registered under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001 and parent companies with significant holdings of shares in private trading companies.- Privately owned schools and hospitals.- Any unincorporated unit that is a branch in Australia of a non-resident company and which is not included in the financial sector.- Unincorporated business in the nature of branches of non-resident companies and joint ventures or partnerships owned / operated by trading corporations.
FINotADIRFC Financial Institution Other Than ADI or RFC DV3842
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is a Financial Institution, but other than those Financial Institutions classified as any of the following:- Approved Deposit-taking Institutions; or - Registered Financial Corporations.
FINotADIRFCInsurance Financial Institution Other Than ADI, RFC, Insurance DV3990
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is a Financial Institution, but other than those Financial Institutions classified as any of the following:- Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions (ADI), being corporations in relation to which an authority under subsection 9 (3) of the Banking Act 1959 is in force;- Registered Financial Corporations (RFC), being corporations registered under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001 classified as Categories D, other and cash management trusts; or- Insurance entities.
FINotADIRFCInsuranceCBA Financial Institution Other Than ADI, RFC, Insurance, CBA DV3830
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is a Financial Institution, but other than those Financial Institutions classified as any of the following:- Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions (ADI), being corporations in relation to which an authority under subsection 9 (3) of the Banking Act 1959 is in force;- Registered Financial Corporations (RFC), being corporations registered under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001 classified as Categories D, other and cash management trusts; or- Insurance entities registered with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority; or- State or Territory Central Borrowing Authorities, being corporations established by a state or territory government to provide finance for government authorities and to manage their surplus funds. This includes the New South Wales Treasury Corporation (NSW TCorp), Treasury Corporation of Victoria (TCV), Queensland Treasury Corporation (QTC), South Australian Government Financing Authority (SAFA), Western Australian Treasury Corporation (WATC), Tasmanian Public Finance Corporation (Tas Corp), Northern Territory Treasury Corporation (NT TCorp), and the ACT Treasury.
FINotADIRFCInsuranceCBASec Financial Institution Other Than ADI, RFC, Insurance, CBA, Securitisers DV4677
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is a Financial Institutions, but other than those Financial Institutions classified as any of the following:- ADI's;- RFC's;- Insurance corporations;- Securitisers; or- Central Borrowing Authorities.
FINotADIRFCInsurancePension Financial Institution Other Than ADI, RFC, Insurance, Pension DV3827
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is a Financial Institution, but other than those classified as any of the following::- An Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) that has an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959;- An RFC, being a company registered by APRA under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act because it is in the business of provision of finance (i.e. loans or debt securities) and, usually, the borrowing of money;- Complying Pension Funds for the purposes of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993. These are Superannuation Funds and Approved Deposit Funds established to provide benefits for their members on retirement, resignation, death or disablement; and- Insurance entities.
FINotADIRFCInsurancePensionCBAFA Financial Institution Other Than ADI, RFC, Insurance, Pension, CBA, FA DV4213
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is a Financial Institution, but other than those Financial Institutions classified as any of the following:- ADIs, being corporation in relation to which an authority under subsection 9 (3) of the Banking Act 1959 is in force;- RFCs, being corporations registered under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001 classified as Categories D, other and cash management trusts;- Central borrowing authorities (CBAs), being corporations established by State and Territory governments to provide finance for government authorities and to manage their surplus funds;- Financial auxiliaries, being corporations and quasi-corporations engaged primarily in activities closely related to financial intermediation, but which do not themselves perform an intermediation role;- Financial intermediaries, being securitisers; mortgage, fixed interest and equity unit trusts; and all financial intermediaries other than central bank institutions, depository corporations, insurance corporations, pension funds, CBAs, securitisers and unit trusts.- Insurance corporations, registered with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority;- Pension Funds for the purposes of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993. These are Superannuation funds and Approved Deposit Funds established to provide benefits for their members on retirement, resignation, death or disablement; and- Retirement savings accounts.Include:- Government finance corporations not included in the list above.
FINotADIRFCInsurancePensionFA Financial Institution Other Than ADI, RFC, Insurance, Pension, FA DV3826
The counterparty in relation to the information is a financial institution other than:- Financial auxiliaries, being corporations and quasi-corporations engaged primarily in activities closely related to financial intermediation, but which do not themselves perform an intermediation role;- An Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) that has an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959;- An RFC, being a company registered by APRA under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act because it is in the business of provision of finance (i.e. loans or debt securities) and, usually, the borrowing of money;- Complying Pension Funds for the purposes of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993. These are Superannuation Funds and Approved Deposit Funds established to provide benefits for their members on retirement, resignation, death or disablement; and- Insurance entities.
FINotADIRFCRBA Financial Institution Other Than ADI, RFC, RBA DV4085
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is a Financial Institution, but other than those Financial Institutions classified as any of the following:- Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA);- Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions, being corporations in relation to which an authority under subsection 9 (3) of the Banking Act 1959 is in force; or- Registered Financial Corporations, being corporations registered under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001 classified as Categories D, other and cash management trusts;
FINotBanksCB Financial Institution Other Than Banks and Central Banks DV3989
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is a Financial Institution, but other than those classified as any of the following:- Banks, being Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions in relation to which an authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959 is in force and which holds a consent under section 66 of the Act to use the word 'bank'; or- Central banks, being public financial entities that have responsibility for monetary policy, issuing currency and holding a country's international reserves.
FINotRBAADIRFCInsPensionCBA Financial Institution Other Than RBA, ADI, RFC, Insurance, Pension, CBA DV4935
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is a Financial Institution, but other than those Financial Institutions classified as any of the following:- Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions (ADIs), being corporations in relation to which an authority under subsection 9 (3) of the Banking Act 1959 is in force;- Reserve Bank of Australia;- RFCs, being corporations registered under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001 classified as Categories D, other and cash management trusts;- Central borrowing authorities (CBAs), being corporations established by State and Territory governments to provide finance for government authorities and to manage their surplus funds;- Insurance corporations, registered with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority; or- Pension Funds for the purposes of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993. These are Superannuation funds and Approved Deposit Funds established to provide benefits for their members on retirement, resignation, death or disablement.
FinancialAuxiliaries Financial Auxiliaries DV4214
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Financial Auxiliary, being a corporation or quasi-corporation engaged primarily in activities closely related to financial intermediation, but which do not themselves perform an intermediation role.This includes fund managers as principal, stockbrokers and insurance brokers.
FinancialInstitution Financial Institution DV4674
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Financial Institution.
FinancialServicesEntity Financial Services Entity DV4267
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Financial Services Entity. This includes:     - A life company (within the meaning of the Life Insurance Act 1995), general insurer (within the meaning of the Insurance Act 1973), health insurance institution (being a registered organization within the meaning of Part VI of the National Health Act 1953), ADI (within the meaning of the Banking Act 1959), foreign equivalent of any such company, or a Group containing one or more such companies;     - A mortgage lender, leasing company or Group containing one or more such companies;     - A superannuation trustee or administrative services company administering financial services business for third parties or the Group's own business;     - A financial advising distribution company providing financial advice and distributing products of third parties or the Group's own products;     - An investment management entity (such as a funds manager, property manager, asset custodian, trustee company, etc) managing the assets of third parties, or those of the Group; and     - An investment servicing company (such as a property maintenance company, property developer or share registry) providing services to the Group's own investment assets or other third parties.
FirstHomeBuyer First Home Buyer DV4652
The counterparty in relation to the information is a first home buyer, being an individual, or groups of individuals, whose dealings with the reporting party are for the purchase or construction of the first dwelling to be occupied by the counterparty as their residence. This does not include circumstances in which the counterparty is dealing with the reporting party in relation to a business or enterprise, regardless of how that business or enterprise is structured.
ForeignADI Foreign ADI DV8232
The information reported is in relation to Foreign Authorised Deposit Taking Institutions (ADIs) that has the meaning given in the Banking Act 1959.
ForeignBankParentSubsBranches Foreign Bank Parent, Subsidiary or Branch DV4075
The counterparty in relation to the information is the foreign bank parent of the reporting party; or a branch of that bank parent entity (wherever operating, including Australia); or a deposit-taking subsidiary of that bank parent that operates outside Australia.
ForeignGovernment Foreign Government DV3824
The counterparty in relation to the information is any Foreign Government (i.e. any Government other than the Australian Government).
ForeignGovtGrade1Prudential Foreign Government Grade 1 Rating for Prudential Purposes DV4906
The counterparty in relation to the information is a national government of a foreign country where the security in relation to the reported information has a grade 1 counterparty rating or the long term foreign currency counterparty rating of the country is grade 1. Grade 1 is defined in the relevant prudential standard.
ForeignGovtNotGrade1Prudential Foreign Government Not Grade 1 Rating for Prudential Purposes DV4907
The counterparty in relation to the information is the national government of a foreign country where the security in relation to the reported information does not have a grade 1 counterparty rating or the long term foreign currency counterparty rating of the country is not grade 1. Grade 1 is defined in the relevant prudential standard.
ForeignNonBankParentSubsBranches Foreign Non Bank Parent, Subsidiary, Branch DV4074
The counterparty in relation to the information is the foreign non-bank parent of the reporting party;  or a non deposit-taking entity that operates in Australia that is directly owned by that foreign non-bank parent.
ForeignOffice Foreign Office DV5402
The counterparty in relation to the information is a foreign office of the reporting party, being an operation located outside Australia that is not a separate legal entity to the reporting party.
FormerSSP Former Special Service Provider (SSP) DV4077
The counterparty in relation to the information is a former Special Service Providers (SSPs). SSP's are companies run by industry bodies which provide services (e.g. payments clearing) to member building societies and credit unions
GCBIO GCBIO DV4073
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Government, Central Bank or an "International Organisation".                                                                                                                                                                 Government includes all levels of government (Federal, State and Local) and excludes government owned trading enterprises.                                                                                                             A Central Bank within the meaning of this domain is a public financial entity that has the responsibility for monetary policy, issuing currency and/or holding a country's international reserves. This includes supranational monetary authorities such as the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and the European Central Bank (ECB).                                                                                                                                       International Organisations within the meaning of this domain are those organisations with an international membership, scope, or presence, but not including International corporations. These are organisations that are made up primarily of sovereign states (referred to as member states) or International non-governmental organisations that operate internationally.
GeneralAndHealthInsurance General And Health Insurance DV7971
The information reported is in relation to insurance corporations that are registered as a general insurance company or health insurance company with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
GeneralGovernment General Government DV8135
The information reported is in relation to federal government, state government, local government, social security funds (both in Australia and overseas) and non-profit institutions financed by government.
GeneralGovernmentAustralian General Australian Government DV5241
The counterparty in relation to the information is the General Government.This includes the following:     - Commonwealth General Government - Australian Commonwealth Government departments and agencies principal function is to provide non-market goods and services, principally financed by taxes, to regulate economic activity, maintain law and order and to redistribute income and wealth by means of transfers.This includes for example, departments and agencies (such as Department of Finance, Department of Defence, ABC, SBS, Australian Film Commission, CSIRO etc.); Commonwealth Government unincorporated enterprises which provide goods and services to the Australian Commonwealth Government and/or to the public for free or at prices that are not economically significant (e.g. government employee cafeterias, munitions factories, etc.), non-profit institutions controlled and mainly financed by the Commonwealth Government, Commonwealth Government quasi-corporations which sell their output, at near market prices, exclusively to other government units (e.g. government printers and defence force housing schemes), and public universities.This excludes for example, Government trading enterprises (such as Australia Post), the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) and Commonwealth Government financial institutions (such as Australian Industry Development Corporation (AIDC) and Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC).     - State, Territory and Local General Government - State, Territory and Local General Government provides non-market goods and services principally financed by taxes to regulate economic activity, maintain law and order and to redistribute income and wealth by means of transfers and hence provided free of charge or at nominal prices well below the cost of production.This includes for example, State and Local Government unincorporated enterprises which provide goods and services to their government and/or to the public for free or at prices that are not economically significant (e.g. government employee cafeterias, municipal swimming pools, etc.), non-profit institutions controlled and mainly financed by State and Local Government, State Government quasi-corporations which sell their output, at near market prices, exclusively to other Government units (e.g. Government printers), ACT and Northern Territory Government departments and agencies, and state schools, technical and further education colleges and state owned hospitals.This excludes for example, State and Local Government trading enterprises and financial enterprises (e.g. rail, and municipal water authorities), and State and Territory central borrowings authorities.
GeneralGovernmentStateTerritoryAndLocal State, Territory And Local General Government DV5242
The counterparty in relation to the information is the State, Territory and Local General Government.This includes the following:     - State, Territory and Local General Government - State, Territory and Local General Government provides non-market goods and services principally financed by taxes to regulate economic activity, maintain law and order and to redistribute income and wealth by means of transfers and hence provided free of charge or at nominal prices well below the cost of production.This includes for example, State and Local Government unincorporated enterprises which provide goods and services to their government and/or to the public for free or at prices that are not economically significant (e.g. government employee cafeterias, municipal swimming pools, etc.), non-profit institutions controlled and mainly financed by State and Local Government, State Government quasi-corporations which sell their output, at near market prices, exclusively to other Government units (e.g. Government printers), ACT and Northern Territory Government departments and agencies, and state schools, technical and further education colleges and state owned hospitals.This excludes for example, State and Local Government trading enterprises and financial enterprises (e.g. rail, and municipal water authorities), and State and Territory central borrowings authorities.
GeneralInsurer General Insurer DV4121
The counterparty in relation to the information is a General Insurer, being a body corporate that is authorised under s.12 of the Insurance Act 1973 to carry on insurance business in Australia. More generally, a non life, property or casualty insurer.
GovernmentAustralianCommonwealth Australian Commonwealth Government DV4319
The counterparty in relation to the information is the Australian Commonwealth Government. This includes the Federal Government but excludes State and Territory Governments and Commonwealth Public Sector Trading Enterprises.
GovernmentAustralianNotCommonwealth Australian Government Not Commonwealth Government DV3825
The counterparty in relation to the information is the Australian Government, other than the Australian Commonwealth Government, and Central Borrowing Authorities (CBA).
Grade1Government Grade 1 Government DV6138
The counterparty in relation to the information is categorised as grade 1 government, in accordance with relevant prudential standards. This category applies to assets guaranteed by the Commonwealth Government and assets guaranteed by foreign governments that have a counterparty grade of 1 and are denominated in the official or national currency of the guarantor.
Grade1Other Grade 1 Other DV6136
The counterparty in relation to the information is categorised as grade 1 other than Commonwealth or foreign government, in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
HedgeFund Hedge Fund DV7134
The counterparty in relation to the information is a hedge fund. This represents a collective investment that displays a combination of the following characteristics: (a) borrowing and leverage restrictions, which are typically included in collective-investment-schemes-related regulation, are not applied, may use high levels of leverage; (b) significant performance fees (often in the form of a percentage of profits) are paid to the manager in addition to an annual management fee; (c) investors are typically permitted to redeem their interests periodically (e.g. quarterly, semi-annually or annually); (d) significant 'own' funds are often invested by the managers; (e) derivatives are used, often for speculative purposes, and there is an ability to short sell securities; and (f) more diverse risks or complex underlying products are involved.
HoldingCompanyOfADIOrOverseasEquivalent Holding Company of ADI or Overseas Equivalent DV4800
The counterparty in relation to the information is a holding company of an Australian Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) or an equivalent overseas deposit-taking institution.This excludes holding companies of ADIs and equivalent overseas deposit-taking institutions which are held for trading purposes (refer APS 116).An Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) has an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959.
HouseholdAndNonProfit Household And Non Profit DV8134
The information reported is in relation to households, non-profit entities such as charities, religious institutions, trade unions, consumer associations and unincorporated enterprises owned by households.
Households Households DV7969
The information reported is in relation to counterparties classified as households. Households are persons (in their capacity as households) and unincorporated trading businesses operated by persons either as sole proprietors or in partnerships with other persons.
HouseholdsAndSMSFs Households And SMSFs DV8264
The information reported is in relation to households and self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs). Households are individuals (that is, natural persons), or groups of individuals, whose dealings are for personal or household purposes. SMSFs has the meaning given by the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993.
Individual Individual DV3828
The counterparty in relation to the information is an individual, or group of individuals, whose dealings with the reporting party are for personal or household purposes. This does not include circumstances in which the counterparty is dealing with the reporting party in relation to a business or enterprise, regardless of how that business or enterprise is structured.
IndividualsCorporationsAndTrusts Individuals Corporations And Trusts DV4120
The counterparty in relation to the information is an Individual, Corporation or Private Trust.Individuals are natural persons.Corporations are companies registered under the Corporations Act 2001.Private Trusts are a type of collective investment which cannot accept money from the public. It issues units representing equal shares in the trust's investments.
InsuranceAPRARegistered Insurance Registered with APRA DV4328
The counterparty in relation to the information is an Insurance entity registered with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority.
InsuranceBroker Insurance Broker DV4551
The counterparty in relation to the reported information is an Insurance Broker.
InsuranceNotLifeInsurance Insurance Entity Other Than a Life Insurer DV4215
The counterparty in relation to the information is an Insurance entity that is not regulated under the Life Insurance Act 1995.
InvestmentCompanies Investment Companies DV7966
The information reported is in relation to incorporated corporations whose main purpose is to invest in equities.
JointVenture Joint Venture DV4675
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Joint Venture, being a contractual arrangement whereby two or more parties undertake an economic activity, which is subject to joint control. This is to be determined in accordance with accounting standards.
LendersMortgageInsurer Lenders Mortgage Insurer DV6137
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Lenders Mortgage Insurer (LMI). Lenders mortgage insurer means an insurer that has written or reinsured, or proposes to write or reinsure, policies of lenders mortgage insurance.Lenders mortgage insurance has its ordinary commercial meaning and includes insurance under a policy that protects a lender from losses in the event of borrower default on a loan secured by a mortgage over residential or other property.
LifeInsuranceAPRARegistered Life Insurance Registered with APRA DV4217
The counterparty in relation to the information is an entity regulated under the Life Insurance Act 1995 and registered with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority.
LifeInsuranceAndFriendlySocieties Life Insurance And Friendly Societies DV7970
The information reported is in relation to any entity registered under the Life Insurance Act 1995 that is regulated by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA). They offer insurance for death or disability and also offer investment and superannuation products. A list of life insurance companies and friendly societies can be found on the APRA website.
LimitedPartnership Limited Partnership DV7135
The counterparty in relation to the information is an association of persons, other than a company, carrying on business as partners or in receipt of income jointly, where the liability of at least one of those persons is limited, or an association of persons with legal personality to carry on activities that are carried on by a body of that kind.
LloydsUnderwriter Lloyd's Underwriter DV5407
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Lloyd's underwriter.
MajorBank Major Bank DV8228
The information reported is in relation to major banks only, that is, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, National Australia Bank Limited and Westpac Banking Corporation.
MutualBank Mutual Bank DV7339
The counterparty in relation to the information is an authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI) bank within the meaning of Banking Act 1959 and a mutual bank.
NetworkCooperativeBank Network Cooperative Bank DV7328
The reported information is from member institution with the entity where the entity acts as the central institution for a network of cooperative banks in accordance with the relevant prudential standards.
NonBankingFinancialInstitutions Non Banking Financial Institutions DV8138
The information reported is in relation to financial institutions other than those classified as banking entities or central banks.
NonDepositTakingSubUnrelatedADI Non Deposit Taking Subsidiary of an Unrelated ADI DV4076
The counterparty in relation to the information is a non deposit-taking subsidiary of an Approved Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) that is not related to the reporting party.
NonFinancialBusiness Non Financial Business DV4212
The information reported is in relation to both public and private non-financial corporations as well as unincorporated enterprises that function as if they were non-financial corporations, such as partnerships and branches of foreign corporations.
NonFinancialCorporates Non Financial Corporates DV7329
The reported information relates to transactions with counterparties classified as a non-financial corporate. Non-financial corporates are determined in accordance with the relevant prudential standard.
NonFinancialCorporatesOrPSEs Non Financial Corporates Or PSEs DV8266
The information reported is where the counterparties are either non-financial corporates or public sector entities (PSEs).
NonFinancialNotIndividual Non Financial Entity Other Than an Individual DV3844
The counterparty in relation to the information is a non financial entity, and which is not an individual.
NonSubsidiaryExceedingPrescribedLimits Non Subsidiary Which Exceeds Prescribed Limits DV3939
The counterparty in relation to the information is a non-subsidiary entity in which the reporting party's equity exposures and other capital investments exceeds prescribed limits, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.Prescribed limits are:     (a) 0.15 per cent of the reporting party's capital before deductions, for an individual investment; and     (b) Five per cent of the reporting party's capital base before deductions, in aggregate.For the purposes of this item, do not include counterparties classified as any of the following:     - Other ADIs and equivalent overseas deposit-taking institutions, and their subsidiaries.     - Holding companies of ADI's and equivalent overseas entities.     - Insurers, including holding companies of insurers, or other financial institutions other than ADIs, authorised NOHCs or equivalent overseas entities (where the reporting party holds greater than or equal to 20 per cent and less than or equal to 50 per cent of the voting shares).
NotADI Not an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution DV3822
The counterparty in relation to the information is any organisation that is not an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI). An ADI has an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959.
NotADIAPRARegisteredInsurance Not an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) or Insurance Entity Registered With APRA DV3968
The counterparty in relation to the information is any entity, other than those entities classified as any of the following:     - Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions, being corporations in relation to which an authority under subsection 9 (3) of the Banking Act 1959 is in force; or     - Insurance entities registered with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority;
NotADIInsurance Not an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution or Insurance Corporation DV4268
The counterparty in relation to the information is any entity, but other than those entities classified as Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions (ADI) or Insurance corporations.
NotADIOrOverseasEquivalent Not an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution or Overseas Equivalent DV4533
The counterparty in relation to the information is any entity other than an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) or an equivalent overseas deposit-taking institution.An Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) has an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959.
NotAustGovtSupranational Not Australian Government or Supranational DV3966
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is not an Australian Commonwealth, State or Territory Government, nor an organisation that is outside the control or authority of a single national government.
NotBankHomeCountry Not Bank In Home Country DV5403
The counterparty in relation to the information is not a bank according to the definition used in the country where the counterparty is located (home country). If this is not possible, reporting entities should use their own knowledge and readily available works of reference (e.g. banking almanacs).
NotBankOBU Not Bank or Offshore Banking Unit DV5409
The counterparty in relation to the information is not any the following:- a Bank, being an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution in relation to which an authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959 is in force and which holds a consent under section 66 of the Act to use the word 'Bank'; or- an Offshore Banking Unit declared by the Australian Federal Treasurer to be such in accordance with tax legislation.
NotCMT Not a Cash Management Trust (CMT) DV4811
The counterparty in relation to the information is not a Cash Management Trust (CMT).A Cash Management Trust (CMT) is a type of collective investment that enables investors to purchase an interest in primarily short-dated securities (e.g. treasury notes and bank bills).
NotFIIndividualCSONonFinancialBusiness Not Financial Institution, Individuals and Households, Community Service Organisation or Non Financial Business DV4390
The counterparty in relation to the information is any entity, other than those entities which are classified as any of the following:     - Individuals, or groups of individuals, whose dealings with the reporting party are for personal or household purposes. This does not include circumstances in which the counterparty is dealing with the reporting party in relation to a business or enterprise, regardless of how that business or enterprise is structured;          - Community Service Organisations (CSO), being charities and aid organisations financed by voluntary transfers and institutions financed mostly by members contributions;          - Non-Financial Business, including private trading corporations, unincorporated private business, and public trading enterprises owned 50% or more by the Commonwealth, State, Territory or Local government; and          - Financial Institutions.
NotFIInsComGovTrEntPrvtTrCorpPropAndTrTrust Not Financial Institution, Insurance, Commonwealth Government Trading Entity, Private Trading Corporation, Property And Trading Trust DV4327
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is any entity, but other than those which are classified as any of the following:- Financial Institutions;- Insurance entities registered with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority.- Commonwealth Public Sector Trading Enterprises, being trading enterprises owned and controlled by a Commonwealth Government and which produce goods or non-financial services for sale at market price;- Private Trading Corporations, being corporations owned and controlled by the private sector whose main activities are producing goods or non-financial services for sale;- Property Trusts, being a type of collective investment that enables investors to purchase an interest in a diversified portfolio of primarily real estate assets; or - Trading Trusts, being a type of collective investment that carries on a business that does not consist wholly of investing in land for rental, or investing in trading in unsecured loans, securities, shares, units in a unit trust, futures contracts, forward contracts, interest rate swap contracts, currency swap contracts, forward exchange rate contracts, forward interest rate contracts, life insurance policies, or rights or options in any of these.
NotFinancialServicesEntity Not a Financial Services Entity DV5152
The counterparty in relation to the information is any entity, but other than those classified as Financial Services Entities. Financial Services Entities include:     - A life company (within the meaning of the Life Insurance Act 1995), general insurer (within the meaning of the Insurance Act 1973), health insurance institution (being a registered organization within the meaning of Part VI of the National Health Act 1953), ADI (within the meaning of the Banking Act 1959), foreign equivalent of any such company, or a Group containing one or more such companies;     - A mortgage lender, leasing company or Group containing one or more such companies;     - A superannuation trustee or administrative services company administering financial services business for third parties or the Group's own business;     - A financial advising distribution company providing financial advice and distributing products of third parties or the Group's own products;     - An investment management entity (such as a funds manager, property manager, asset custodian, trustee company, etc) managing the assets of third parties, or those of the Group; and     - An investment servicing company (such as a property maintenance company, property developer or share registry) providing services to the Group's own investment assets or other third parties.
NotFirstHomeBuyer Not First Home Buyer DV4653
The counterparty in relation to the information is any counterparty other than a First Home Buyer, being an individual, or group of individuals, whose dealings with the reporting party are for the purchase or construction of the first dwelling to be occupied by the counterparty as their residence. This does not include circumstances in which the counterparty is dealing with the reporting party in relation to a business or enterprise, regardless of how that business or enterprise is structured.
NotFormerSSP Not Former Special Service Provider (SSP) DV4716
The counterparty in relation to the information is not a former Special Service Provider (SSP). SSPs are companies run by industry bodies which provide services (e.g. payments clearing) to member building societies and credit unions.
NotGeneralInsurer Not General Insurer DV4614
The counterparty in relation to the information is not a General Insurer, being an entity that carries on general insurance business.
NotGovtADICorp Not Government, Authorised Deposit-taking Institution or Corporation DV4245
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is any entity other than those which are classified as any of the following:     - Government, being all levels of government, but exclude government owned or controlled commercial enterprises;     - Authorised deposit-taking institutions, being an in force authority under subsection 9(3) of the Banking Act 1959.; or     - Corporations, being a private sector legal entity that includes all bodies corporate and certain types of unincorporated bodies.
NotGovtIndividualCorpUnincorpCSO Not Government, Individuals and Households, Corporation, Private Unincorporated Business or Community Service Organisation DV4326
The is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is any entities, other than those which are classified as any of the following:- Financial and Non-Financial Corporations;- Private Unincorporated Businesses;- Community Service Organisations;- Government; or- Individuals and Households.
NotIndividualCommercial Not Individual or Commercial DV3998
The counterparty in relation to the information is an entity not classified as any of the following:     - individual, being single individuals, or groups of individuals, whose dealings with the reporting party are for personal or household purposes.     - private and public trading enterprises, being organisations owned and controlled by either the private or public sector which produce goods or non financial services for sale at market prices. This excludes all unincorporated businesses, except for branches of non-resident companies, property and trading trusts, and joint ventures or partnerships owned by corporations;     - private unincorporated business, being individuals acting as sole proprietors or in partnerships, for commercial or professional purposes;     - community service organisations (CSOs), being charities and aid organisations financed by voluntary transfers and institutions financed mostly by members contributions. This does not include CSOs and non profit institutes controlled and mainly financed by government;      - financial institutions; and     - Government.
NotIndividualPrivateBusiness Not Individual, Private Unincorporated Business, or Private Trading Corporation DV4850
The counterparty in relation to the information is not any of the following:     - an individual, or group of individuals acting in a private (i.e. non commercial) capacity;      - a private unincorporated business, being any enterprise issued with an Australian Business Number that is not a body corporate, as defined in the Corporations Act; or     - a private trading corporation, being a corporation owned and controlled by the private sector whose main activities are producing goods or non-financial services for sale..
NotOBUPrivateTrading Not an Offshore Banking Unit or a Private Trading Corporation DV5398
The counterparty in relation to the information is any entity, other than those entities classified as any of the following:     - An Offshore Banking Unit, being financial institutions declared by the Australian Federal Treasurer to be such in accordance with tax legislation; or     - A Private Trading Corporation, being corporations owned and controlled by the private sector whose main activities are producing goods or non-financial services for sale.
NotPrivateCSOIndividual Not a Private Sector Enterprise, Community Service Organisation (CSO) or Individual DV3965
The counterparty in relation to the information is any entity that is not a private sector enterprise, an individual ,or group of individuals, acting in a personal capacity; or a Community Service Organisation (CSO).
OBU Offshore Banking Unit (OBU) DV5399
The counterparty in relation to the information is an Offshore Banking Unit (OBU) declared by the Australian Federal Treasurer to be such in accordance with tax legislation.
Offshore Offshore DV7319
The reported information relates to transactions with counterparties classified as a non-resident. That is domicile is overseas including related offshore entities.
OffshoreCentralBanks Offshore Central Banks DV7333
The counterparty in relation to the information is central banks that are not the RBA (Reserve Bank of Australia).
OtherCounterparties Other Counterparties DV7340
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.
OtherDepositsApprovedByAPRA Other Deposits Approved By APRA DV8231
The information reported is in relation to deposits from counterparties approved by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
OtherEntities Other Entities DV7326
The reported information relates to transactions with counterparties classified as other entity. Other entity is any entity not already specified.
OtherFinancialInstitutions Other Financial Institutions DV7332
The reported information relates to transactions with counterparties classified as an other financial institution. Other financial institutions are any financial institutions not already reported.
OtherFinancialInstitutionsAndOtherEntities Other Financial Institutions And Other Entities DV7331
The reported information relates to transactions with any other financial institutions and other entities. Other financial institutions are any financial institutions not already specified and other entities are any entities not already specified.
OtherLocallyIncorporatedADI Other Locally Incorporated ADI DV8226
The information reported is in relation to locally incorporated Authorised Deposit Taking Institutions (ADIs) not classified as Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) ADIs under Prudential Standard APS 210 Liquidity, nor a major bank.
OtherLocallyIncorporatedLCRADI Other Locally Incorporated LCR ADI DV8227
The information reported is in relation to locally incorporated Authorised Deposit Taking Institutions (ADIs) classified as Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) ADIs under Prudential Standard APS 210 Liquidity.
OtherResidents Other Residents DV7972
The information reported is in relation to resident entities excluding those classified in the financial corporations sector.
OtherSRF1101BPartASection3 Other SRF_110_1_B Part A Section 3 DV4117
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is any entity not listed below, as per the requirements of SRF_110_1_B Part A Section 3:     - State and Central Borrowing Authorities;     - Commonwealth Public Sector Trading Enterprises;     - State and Local Public Sector Trading Enterprises;     - Private Trading Corporations;     - Banks; and     - Other Deposit Taking Institutions.
OtherSovereigns Other Sovereigns DV7335
The counterparty in relation to the information that is any other Sovereigns not Australian Commonwealth Government or State and Territory Governments or Commonwealth Public Sector Trading Enterprises.
OtherThanOffshoreCentralBanks Other Than Offshore Central Banks DV8263
The information reported is for any counterparty other than the offshore central bank.
OtherUnitTrusts Other Unit Trusts DV4676
This is a balancing item in the list in which it is being used.The counterparty in relation to the information is a Unit Trust, or than those already reported in the applicable list.
OverseasBanks Overseas Banks DV7847
The information reported is in relation to counterparties classified as overseas banks. That is domicile is overseas including related offshore entities.
PensionFund Pension Fund DV4216
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Pension Fund for the purposes of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993. These are Superannuation Funds and Approved Deposit Funds established to provide benefits for their members on retirement, resignation, death or disablement. This excludes information in relation to retirement savings accounts.
PersonalInvestmentEntitiesTreatedRetail Personal Investment Entities Treated Retail DV8265
The reported information relates to transactions with counterparties classified as a personal investment entities but treated as a retail customer in accordance with Prudential Standard APS 210 - Liquidity.
PooledSuperannuationTrust Pooled Superannuation Trust DV4123
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Pooled Superannuation Trust, being a type of collective investment in which the assets of superannuation funds, approved deposit funds and other pooled superannuation funds are grouped together and invested by an investment manager.
PrivateCorporationsPrivateUnitTrusts Private Corporation or Private Unit Trust DV4118
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Private Corporation or Private Unit Trust. Private Corporations are any body corporate owned by the private sector.  Private Unit Trusts are those created/settled by private sector entities.
PrivateSectorNotBank Private Sector Organisation Other Than A Bank DV5405
The counterparty in relation to the information is a private sector organisation, but not a bank as defined according to local rules and not an international non-governmental organisation that operates internationally.
PrivateTradingCorpPropertyTradingTrust Private Trading Corp Property Trading Trust DV3991
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Private Trading Corporation, Property Trust or Trading Trust. Private Trading Corporations are corporations owned and controlled by the private sector whose main activities are producing goods or non-financial services for sale.This includes:- All private corporate trading enterprises.- Intra group financiers and retailers registered under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001 and parent companies with significant holdings of shares in private trading companies.- Privately owned schools and hospitals.- Any unincorporated unit that is a branch in Australia of a non-resident company and which is not included in the financial sector.- Unincorporated business in the nature of branches of non-resident companies and joint ventures or partnerships owned / operated by trading corporations.A Property Trust is a type of collective investment that enables investors to purchase an interest in a diversified portfolio of primarily real estate assets.A Trading Trust is a type of collective investment that carries on a business that does not consist wholly of:- Investing in land for rental, or - Investing in trading in unsecured loans, securities, shares, units in a unit trust, futures contracts, forward contracts, interest rate swap contracts, currency swap contracts, forward exchange rate contracts, forward interest rate contracts, life insurance policies, or rights or options in any of these.
PrivateTradingCorporation Private Trading Corporation DV4673
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Private Trading Corporation (non-financial), being a corporation owned and controlled by the private sector whose main activities are producing goods or non-financial services for sale.This includes:     - All resident private corporate trading enterprises, and non-profit institutions that are market producers of goods or non-financial services.                                                                                                                   - Intra group financiers and retailers registered under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001 and parent companies with significant holdings of shares in private trading companies.     - Privately owned schools and hospitals.     - Any unincorporated unit that is a branch in Australia of a non-resident company and which is not included in the financial sector.     - Unincorporated business in the nature of branches of non-resident companies and joint ventures or partnerships owned / operated by trading corporations.
PrivateTrust Private Trust DV4325
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Private Trust, being a type of collective investment which cannot accept money from the public. It issues units representing equal shares in the trust's investments.
PrivateUnincorporatedBusiness Private Unincorporated Business DV4898
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Private Unincorporated Business, being any enterprise issued with an Australian Business Number that is not a body corporate, as defined in the Corporations Act.
PrivateUnincorporatedBusinessCSO Private Unincorporated Business CSO DV4897
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Private Unincorporated Business or a Community Service Organisation (CSO). A Private Unincorporated Business is any enterprise issued with an Australian Business Number that is not a body corporate, as defined in the Corporations Act.CSOs are charities and aid organisations financed by voluntary transfers and institutions financed mostly by members contributions. This does not include CSOs and non profit institutes controlled and mainly financed by government.
PropertyAndInfrastructureTrusts Property And Infrastructure Trusts DV7968
The information reported is in relation to counterparties classified as property or infrastructure trusts. Property trusts represent investment trusts that provide exposures to investment in real estate where the earnings and capital value are dependent on cash flows generated by the property through sale or rental income. Infrastructure trusts represent investment trusts that provide exposure to investments in the basic physical systems of a country, state or region including transportation, communication, utilities, and public institutions.
PropertyAndTradingTrusts Property And Trading Trusts DV4124
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Property Trust or Trading Trust.A Property Trust is a type of collective investment that enables investors to purchase an interest in a diversified portfolio of primarily real estate assets.A Trading Trust is a type of collective investment that carries on a business that does not consist wholly of the following: - Investing in land for rental, or- Investing in trading in unsecured loans, securities, shares, units in a unit trust, futures contracts, forward contracts, interest rate swap contracts, currency swap contracts, forward exchange rate contracts, forward interest rate contracts, life insurance policies, or rights or options in any of these.
PropertyTrust Property Trust DV4324
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Property Trust, being a type of collective investment that enables investors to purchase an interest in a diversified portfolio of primarily real estate assets.
PublicSectorTradingEnterprise Public Sector Trading Enterprise DV4900
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Public Sector Trading Enterprise (non-financial), being a trading enterprise owned and controlled by the Government and which produces goods or non-financial services for sale at market price.
RBA Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) DV4937
The counterparty in relation to the information is the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA).
RFC Registered Financial Corporation (RFC) DV3820
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Registered Financial Corporation (RFC), being a corporation registered by APRA under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001 that are classified as Categories D, Other, or are Cash Management Trusts. These entities are involved in the business of provision of finance (i.e. loans or debt securities) and, usually, the borrowing of money.
ReinsurerAPRAApproved Reinsurer Approved by APRA DV5108
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Reinsurer approved by APRA.
ReinsurerNotAPRAapproved Reinsurer Not Approved by APRA DV5109
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Reinsurer that has not been approved by APRA.
RelatedExcludingExposuresAustralianGovernmentOrDepositsWithADIs Related Excluding Exposures Australian Government Or Deposits With ADIs DV7846
The information reported is in relation to counterparties classified as related (excluding exposures to Australian government, or deposits with Authorised Deposit-Taking Institutions (ADIs)).
RetailCustomers Retail Customers DV7330
The reported information relates to transactions with counterparties classified as a retail customer. Retail customer is a natural person as determined in accordance with the relevant prudential standard.
RetailTrust Retail Trust DV4122
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Retail Trust, being a type of collective investment in which both public and private investor money is grouped together and invested by an investment manager.
RuralProducerANZSIC Rural Producer As Per ANZSIC DV3845
The counterparty in relation to the information is a rural producer as determined by the following Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) categories:- 011: Horticulture and Fruit Growing- 012: Grain, Sheep and Beef Cattle Farming- 013: Dairy Cattle Farming- 014: Poultry Farming- 015: Other Livestock Farming- 016: Other Crop Growing- 021: Services to Agriculture
SecuritisationProgram Securitisation Program DV4905
The counterparty in relation to the information is a securitisation program, or securitiser.A securitisation program represents a structure (a special purpose vehicle, or SPV) where the cash flows from a pool (of assets, or interests in assets) are used to service obligations to creditors (typically holders of debt securities) who fund the SPV.
SelfManagedSuperannuationFund Self Managed Superannuation Fund DV8262
The information reported is in relation to self-managed superannuation funds which has the meaning given by the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993.
SmallMediumEnterprise Small Medium Enterprise DV7334
The reported information relates to transactions with counterparties classified as a small to medium enterprise. Small to medium enterprise is determined in accordance with the relevant prudential standard.
SovereignCentralBanksPublicSectorEntitiesMultilateralDevelopmentBanks Sovereign Central Banks Public Sector Entities Multilateral Development Banks DV7337
The reported information relates to transactions with counterparties classified as any sovereign, central banks, public sector entities or multilateral development banks excluding sovereign wealth funds.
SovereignsPublicSectorEntitiesMultilateralDevelopmentBanksAndNationalDevelopmentBanks Sovereigns Public Sector Entities Multilateral Development Banks And National Development Banks DV8230
The information reported is where counterparties are either sovereigns, public sector entities (PSEs), multilateral development banks (MDBs) and national development banks (NDBs).
StateAndTerritoryCentralBorrowingAuthority State And Territory Central Borrowing Authority DV4116
The counterparty in relation to the information is a State or Territory Central Borrowing Authority, being a corporation established by a State or Territory Government to provide finance for Government authorities and to manage their surplus funds. This includes the following authorities:- New South Wales Treasury Corporation (NSW TCorp);- Treasury Corporation of Victoria (TCV);- Queensland Treasury Corporation (QTC);- South Australian Government Financing Authority (SAFA);- Western Australian Treasury Corporation (WATC);- Tasmanian Public Finance Corporation (Tas Corp);- Northern Territory Treasury Corporation (NT TCorp); and- ACT Treasury.
StateTerritoryAndLocalPublicSectorTradingEnterprise State, Territory And Local Public Sector Trading Enterprise DV4320
The counterparty in relation to the information is a State, Territory or Local Public Sector Trading Enterprise, being a business which is owned and controlled by a State, Territory, or Local Government and which is not a Financial Institution or Central Borrowing AuthorityThis includes all trading enterprises 50% or more owned by a State, Territory or Local Government or controlled by a State, Territory, or Local Government through legislation, decree, or regulation (e.g. state rail and water authorities, gas and fuel authorities, housing commissions, port authorities, non-privatised power authorities, etc.).
Supranational Supranational DV3967
The counterparty in relation to the information is a supranational, being an organisation that is outside the control or authority of a single national government.
SupranationalsForeignGovernmentIssuedSecuritiesAndAustralianAndForeignSovereignGovernmentGuaranteedSecurities Supranationals Foreign Government Issued Securities And Australian And Foreign Sovereign Government Guaranteed Securities DV7342
The counterparty in relation to the information reported is any supranationals and foreign government issued securities and Australian and foreign sovereign government guaranteed securities.
ThirdParty Third Party DV8233
The information reported is in relation to transactions from counterparties that are classified as third party.
TradingEnterprise Trading Enterprise DV4318
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Trading Enterprise, being an organisation owned and controlled by either the private or public sector which produce goods or non financial services for sale at market prices. This excludes all unincorporated businesses, except for branches of non-resident companies, property and trading trusts, and joint ventures or partnerships owned by corporations.
TrustNotCMT Trust Not Cash Management DV4453
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Trust other than a Cash Management Trust.A Cash Management Trust is a type of collective investment that enables investors to purchase an interest in primarily short-dated securities (e.g. treasury notes and bank bills).
TrustNotPropertyInfrastructure Trust Not Property Infrastructure DV7967
The information reported is in relation to a collective investment vehicle with units on issue which provides exposure to a diversified portfolio of investments, which is not a property or infrastructure trust.
Unallocated Unallocated DV8137
The information reported is in relation to where the sector of the counterparty is unknown.
UnallocatedNotPublicOrPrivate Unallocated - Not Public Sector or Private Sector DV5404
The counterparty in relation to the information cannot be identified or cannot be allocated to either the public sector or the private sector.
UnauthorisedForeignInsurer Unauthorised Foreign Insurer DV5408
The counterparty in relation to the information is an unauthorised foreign insurer.
UnregulatedAPRAOverseasEquivalent Unregulated by APRA or Equivalent Overseas Regulator DV4246
The counterparty in relation to the information is any entity which is not regulated by APRA or an overseas equivalent regulator.
WholesaleTrust Wholesale Trust DV4678
The counterparty in relation to the information is a Wholesale Trust, being a type of collective investment in which the assets of retail investment trusts are grouped together and invested by an investment manager.