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APRA is Australia’s prudential supervisor, responsible for ensuring that our financial system is stable, competitive and efficient.

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15 April 2024

APRA updates ARS 701.0 for Economic and Financial Statistics collection

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has updated Reporting Standard ARS 701.0 - ABS/RBA Definitions for the EFS Collection (ARS 701.0) and RPG 701.0 ABS/RBA Reporting Concepts for the EFS Collection.
4 April 2024

APRA releases minor updates to the prudential framework for ADIs and insurers

APRA is releasing for consultation a set of minor updates to the prudential framework to ensure the framework is updated in the intervening periods between comprehensive reviews of prudential standards.
28 March 2024

APRA releases Monthly Authorised Deposit-taking Institution Statistics for February 2024

The Monthly Authorised Deposit-taking Institution Statistics (MADIS) publication provides selected information on the banking business of individual banks within the domestic market.
26 March 2024

APRA Chair John Lonsdale’s speech to AFR Banking Summit

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has published Chair John Lonsdale’s speech to The Australian Financial Review’s Banking Summit.
25 March 2024

Member Therese McCarthy Hockey’s remarks to COBA CEO and Director Forum

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has published Member Therese McCarthy Hockey’s remarks to COBA CEO and Director Forum.

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Status: Open to submissions
28 February 2024

Audit consequential amendments – superannuation

This page contains APRA’s consultation on minor and consequential amendments to the superannuation prudential framework affecting audit, governance and fitness and propriety.
Status: Open to submissions
Revisions to IRRBB framework - 1 March 2024 / Updates to capital framework - 8 March 2024

Revisions to the capital framework for authorised deposit-taking institutions

APRA is consulting on revisions to the capital framework for authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs) to implement ‘unquestionably strong’ capital ratios and the Basel III reforms.
Status: Open to submissions
3 May 2024

Minor updates to the prudential framework for ADIs and insurers

This page contains relevant information on APRA's proposed updates to the prudential framework for authorised deposit-taking institutions and general, life and private health insurers.
Status: Open to submissions
16 February 2024

Proposed changes to liquidity and capital requirements for authorised deposit-taking institutions

This page contains information regarding APRA's consultation on targeted changes to liquidity and capital requirements aimed at strengthening the banking sector’s resilience to future stress.
Status: Open to submissions
22 December 2023

General and life insurance data transformation

This page contains relevant information regarding the joint APRA-ASIC consultation on their proposed enhancements to the data collections for the life and general insurance industries.

APRA publishes Chair John Lonsdale’s speech to AFR Banking Summit

In his remarks, John called on the banking industry to take a wider view of potential risks to financial stability in light of the increasing interconnectivity of the global and domestic economic systems. He also released new details about APRA’s plan for its first system-wide stress test in 2025.

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APRA Deputy Chair Margaret Cole - Speech to the AFR Super & Wealth Summit

In her speech “Fortune Favours the Brave”, Ms Cole discusses APRA’s priorities for super trustees in preparation for the “coming of age” of Australia’s superannuation system.

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APRA Explains - who we are

As we mark 25 years of APRA, we wanted to highlight the vital work that we do in ensuring Australians' financial interests are protected and that the financial system remains stable, competitive and efficient. Learn more in the first in a new series of ‘APRA Explains’ videos.

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