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APRA is Australia’s prudential supervisor, responsible for ensuring that our financial system is stable, competitive and efficient.

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24 July 2024

APRA finalises targeted changes to strengthen banks’ liquidity and capital requirements

APRA has finalised targeted reforms to liquidity and capital requirements for authorised deposit-taking institutions to strengthen their ability to respond to a future stress event.
23 July 2024

APRA completes program to modernise the prudential architecture

APRA has delivered its multi-year project to modernise the prudential architecture (MPA), with the publication of the final version of its new digital Prudential Handbook.
22 July 2024

APRA issues $10.7 million infringement notices and accepts court enforceable undertaking from OPC

APRA has issued infringement notices for alleged breaches of the SIS Act and has agreed to accept a court enforceable undertaking from OnePath Custodians Pty Limited.
19 July 2024

APRA reduces Westpac’s operational risk capital add-on by $500 million

APRA has, with immediate effect, reduced the $1 billion operational risk capital add-on applied to Westpac by $500 million, reflecting the bank's progress in improving risk governance, culture and risk management.
17 July 2024

APRA releases response on enhancements to quarterly insurance publications

APRA has commenced a consultation on proposed enhancements to the content and presentation of its suite of quarterly insurance statistical publications.

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APRA Chair John Lonsdale - Speech to Australian Banking Association Conference 2024

In his speech, John defended the importance of a strong and stable banking system in supporting the flow of credit to homeowners and businesses, and a growing economy.

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APRA publishes Chair John Lonsdale’s speech to AFR Banking Summit

In his remarks, John called on the banking industry to take a wider view of potential risks to financial stability in light of the increasing interconnectivity of the global and domestic economic systems. He also released new details about APRA’s plan for its first system-wide stress test in 2025.

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APRA Explains - who we are

As we mark 25 years of APRA, we wanted to highlight the vital work that we do in ensuring Australians' financial interests are protected and that the financial system remains stable, competitive and efficient. Learn more in the first in a new series of ‘APRA Explains’ videos.

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