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Authorised deposit-taking institutions consultation packages

The consultations for authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs) below are grouped by topic consistent with the prudential and reporting framework for easy reference. Consultations can include letters, discussion papers, response papers, draft guidance material and other draft information.

Capital

June 2019 - Revisions to the capital framework for authorised deposit-taking institutions - Open

November 2018 - Leverage ratio requirements for authorised deposit-taking institutions - Closed

November 2018 - Increasing the loss-absorbing capacity of ADIs to support orderly resolution - Closed

August 2018 - Improving transparency, comparability and flexibility of the ADI capital framework - Closed

April 2018 - Counterparty credit risk for ADIs - Closed

March 2018 - Proposed revisions to ARS 110 Capital Adequacy - Closed

February 2018 - Implementing Basel III capital reforms in Australia - Closed

July 2017 - Common Equity Tier 1 Instruments for mutually owned ADIs - Closed

June 2017 - Proposed reporting requirements for the countercyclical capital buffer - Closed

September 2016 - Draft prudential practice guide - CPG 110 - Closed 

August 2016 - Countercyclical capital buffer adjustments to APS 110 and APG 110 - Closed

November 2015 - Revisions to the securitisation framework - Closed

April 2014 - Simplifying the prudential apporach to securitisation - Closed

November 2011 - Covered bonds and securitisation matters - Closed

Governance

August 2016 - Supervision of conglomerate groups (Level 3) - Closed

November 2014 - CPS 220 Risk Management and revised CPS 510 Governance - consequential changes - Closed

December 2010 - Consolidating prudential standards - Closed

Risk Management

May 2019 - Residential mortgage lending for ADIs - Closed

March 2019 - Proposed revisions to the credit risk management framework for ADIs - Closed

March 2019 - Information security requirements for all APRA-regulated entities - Closed

July 2018 - Revisions to the related parties framework for ADIs - Closed

January 2018 - Residential mortgage lending for ADIs - Closed

December 2017 - Revisions to large exposures - Closed

May 2017 - Margining and risk mitigation for non-centrally cleared derivatives - Closed

March 2017 - Revisions to reporting standard ARS 210.0 Liquidity - Closed

December 2016 - Basel III liquidity - the net stable fuding ratio and the liquid assets requirement for foreign ADIs - Closed

November 2016 - Publication of authorised deposit-taking institutions' liquidity statistics - Closed

November 2014 - CPS 220 Risk Management and revised CPS 510 Governance - consequential changes - Closed

November 2014 - Liquidity reforms in Australia - Closed

October 2014 - Harmonising cross-industry risk management requirements - Closed

Other consultations

June 2019 - Proposed approach to product responsibility under the Banking Executive Accountability Regime - Open

April 2019 - Financial Sector (Shareholdings) Rules 2019 - Closed

April 2019 - Banking Executive Accountability Regime Legislative Instrument - Closed

March 2019 - EFS Proposed ARS 722.0 ABS/RBA Derivatives Data Collection - Closed

January 2019 - EFS Consequential Changes Consultation Letter - Closed

December 2018 - Banking Executive Accountability Regime Registration Form - Closed

November 2018 - Letter: Changes to Monthly Banking Statistics Publication - Closed

September 2018 - Modernised economic and financial statistics (EFS) - Closed

March 2018 - Proposed revisions to Prudential Standard APS 330 Public Disclosure - Closed

March 2018 - Modernised economic and financial statistics (EFS) - Closed

February 2018 - Data collection solution for D2A replacement - Closed

January 2018 - Residential mortgage lending for ADIs - reporting requirements and APR 223 Residential Mortgage Lending - Closed

December 2017 - Financial Claims Scheme (FCS) data collection - Closed

August 2017 - Phased licensing for authorised deposit-taking institutions - Closed

August 2017 - Agricultural lending data collection - Closed

December 2016 - Changes to  banks' international exposures reporting requirements - Closed

March 2016 - Banking Act Exemptions and Section 66 Guidelines - Closed

August 2015 - Improving APRA's board engagement - Closed

May 2015 - Basel III disclosure requirements - Closed

February 2015 - Update on regulatory cost savings - Closed

August 2013 - Financial Claims Scheme (FCS) for ADIs - Closed

December 2012 - Changes to ADI statistical publications - Closed

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) is the prudential regulator of the financial services industry. It oversees banks, credit unions, building societies, general insurance and reinsurance companies, life insurance, private health insurers, friendly societies, and most members of the superannuation industry. APRA currently supervises institutions holding $6 trillion in assets for Australian depositors, policyholders and superannuation fund members.