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Non-regulated entities reporting requirements

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DMFs are entities that offer ‘discretionary cover’, that is, an insurance-like product that may involve an obligation on the DMF to consider meeting a claim made on it, but gives the DMF a discretion as to whether it will pay the claim.
EPSSS are public sector superannuation schemes that choose not to be regulated by APRA. However, for statutory purposes, a number of EPSSSs report to APRA under an agreement between the Commonwealth Government and each of the State and Territory Governments.
A foreign bank wishing to establish a representative office in Australia must obtain APRA's written consent.
General insurance intermediaries are Australian financial services licensees that are authorised under the Corporations Act 2001 to deal in general insurance products.
Under the Insurance Act 1973 APRA regulates the medical indemnity insurers (MIIs) that are subsidiaries of MDOs.
Corporations registered under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001.
Religious charitable development funds (the Funds) are funds established by religious organisations for the purpose of seeking investments from the public in order to make loans that further the religious and charitable goals and objectives of the fund.
Wholesale funders are non-deposit taking institutions that rely primarily on securitisation to fund the provision of loans. Refer to the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001 for registration guidelines.
Guidelines on implementation of Section 66 of the Banking Act 1959
This guideline provides general guidance on how APRA interprets and administers this legislation.