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9 December 2022

Public disclosure requirements for authorised deposit-taking institutions

This page contains APRA’s consultation on the updated public disclosure requirements for authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs). The updated requirements will help improve the transparency of capital positions and risk profiles of ADIs.

December 2022


On 9 December 2022, APRA released its final versions of the transitional and new Prudential Standard APS 330 Public Disclosure (APS 330).

APRA has updated the transitional APS 330 so that ADIs may continue to make public disclosures from 1 January 2023 that are consistent with the new capital framework until the new disclosure standard becomes effective on 1 January 2025. 

The transitional and new prudential standard, response paper and non-confidential submissions can be found below.

Response paper

Final prudential standard

Non-confidential submissions

July 2022

On 6 July 2022, APRA released for consultation its proposed amendments to Prudential Standard APS 330 Public Disclosure (APS 330). 

The consultation aims at updating bank prudential disclosures to align with international standards and the new bank capital framework.

The discussion paper and proposed draft APS 330 can be found below:

Media release: APRA strengthens transparency on remuneration and bank disclosures.

Discussion paper

Draft prudential standard

Note on submissions

It is APRA's policy to publish all submissions on the APRA website unless the respondent specifically tells APRA in writing that all or part of the submission is to remain confidential. An automatically generated confidentiality statement in an email does not satisfy this purpose. If you would like only part of your submission to be confidential, you should provide this information marked as 'confidential' in a separate attachment.

Submissions may be the subject of a request for access made under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOIA). APRA will determine such requests, if any, in accordance with the provisions of the FOIA. Information in the submission about any APRA-regulated entity that is not in the public domain and that is identified as confidential will be protected by section 56 of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority Act 1998 and will therefore be exempt from production under the FOIA.