Information publication scheme
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) is an agency subject to the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (Cth) and is required to comply with the Information Publication Scheme (IPS) requirements. If you would like to provide feedback on our IPS entry, please Contact APRA.
Information Publication Plan
Reports and responses to Parliament
APRA's role supervising financial institutions
When APRA proposes new prudential standards, releases new prudential practice guides, or makes significant changes to existing standards and guides, there is a period of formal, public consultation with industry and other stakeholders on the proposals.
Other publications are available from various sections of our website including research papers, media releases, past policy consultation packages and other resources.
If you are seeking a document that is not in a format accessible to you via this website and you would like to obtain it, please see the guidelines on our Accessibility page or call 1300 55 88 49
Information about industries regulated by APRA
Freedom of Information
All Freedom of Information requests must be made in writing, specifically stating that the request is an application under the Freedom of Information Act 1982. To help us process your request please include:
- information about the document(s) you want to see; and
- a return address.
If you ask a third party to make a Freedom of Information request on your behalf, you must provide a specific, written authority to send copies of documents, care of that person, or to allow that person to inspect copies of documents that contain information about you.
Send all requests to:
Freedom of Information Coordinator
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
GPO Box 9836
Sydney NSW 2001
If you need help with your Freedom of Information request, please contact +61 2 9210 3000 or email email@example.com.