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27 November 2023

Quality data as an asset for boards, management, and business

In this edition of APRA Insight, APRA outlines how banks, insurers and superannuation trustees can improve their data management practices, after a multi-year pilot study on the management of data risk among the companies we regulate.
27 November 2023

APRA consults on new cross-industry standard to centralise existing standards on definitions for ADIs and insurers

The proposed new prudential standard CPS 001 Defined terms (CPS 001) follows APRA’s strategic initiative to Modernise the Prudential Architecture and it aims to consolidate existing definitions across different standards into one place.
24 November 2023

APRA publishes updates to FAQs on Superannuation Data Transformation

The new FAQs and updated worked examples relate to reporting expenses.
22 November 2023

APRA releases quarterly private health insurance statistics for September 2023

This edition of the publication covers statistics on membership, coverage, benefits paid, medical gap, prostheses and medical services.
22 November 2023

APRA responds to consultation on amendments to private health insurance reporting standards

The letter issued today responds to the consultation released in August 2023 on consequential updates to three PHI reporting standards to ensure consistency between the terminology used across the updated PHI legislation and APRA PHI reporting standards.

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Status: Open to submissions
13 March 2024

New cross-industry prudential standard on definitions for ADIs and insurers

This page contains information on a new cross-industry prudential standard that aims to consolidate existing standards on definitions for authorised deposit-taking institutions and insurers.
Status: Open to submissions
16 February 2024

Proposed changes to liquidity and capital requirements for authorised deposit-taking institutions

This page contains information regarding APRA's consultation on targeted changes to liquidity and capital requirements aimed at strengthening the banking sector’s resilience to future stress.
Status: Open to submissions
22 December 2023

General and life insurance data transformation

This page contains relevant information regarding the joint APRA-ASIC consultation on their proposed enhancements to the data collections for the life and general insurance industries.
Status: Open to submissions
29 November 2023 – Phase 1 Consultation on Publications and Confidentiality

APRA's Superannuation Data Transformation

APRA is undertaking a multi-year project to upgrade the breadth, depth and quality of its superannuation data collection.
Status: Open to submissions
21 December 2023

Strategic planning and member outcomes: proposed enhancements

This page contains information regarding APRA's consultation on proposed enhancements to Superannuation Prudential Standard SPS 515 Strategic Planning and Member Outcomes (SPS 515) to sharpen industry focus on the delivery of outcomes to members.

APRA Chair John Lonsdale - Speech to FINSIA The Regulators 2023

In brief prepared remarks ahead of a panel discussion, Mr Lonsdale reflected on how APRA’s latest Corporate Plan was guiding its priorities in maintaining financial stability in an uncertain external environment.

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APRA Deputy Chair Margaret Cole - Speech to the AFR Super & Wealth Summit

In her speech “Fortune Favours the Brave”, Ms Cole discusses APRA’s priorities for super trustees in preparation for the “coming of age” of Australia’s superannuation system.

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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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