On 9 September 2020, APRA released a response to its consultation on formalising the capital measures and reporting requirements for loans impacted by COVID-19. The final Prudential Standard APS 220 Credit Quality, final Reporting Standard ARS 923.2 Repayment Deferrals and four non-confidential submissions received in response to the consultation, are available.
This page contains consultations in relation to Prudential Standard APS 111 Capital Adequacy: Measurement of Capital (APS 111), which sets out the criteria for measures of Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) capital.
APRA is creating a new prudential standard relating to remuneration requirements across all APRA-regulated industries. The new requirements will help regulated entities align remuneration practices with risk, performance and their long-term viability.
APRA is consulting 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.
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.