Australian Bankers' Association Inc.

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The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) submission to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission
27 May 2014
The ABA provided comment to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission regarding its Review of Swap Data Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements.
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The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) submission to the Attorney-General’s Department regarding AML/CTF regime
28 March 2014
The ABA provided comments on the Statutory Review of the AML/CTF regime.
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The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) submission to Centrepay Review Team regarding the Independent Review of the Centrepay system
8 March 2013
The ABA supports money management as a key principle and objective of Centrepay. However we are concerned that the current structure and administration of the Centrepay scheme may result in negative outcomes for Centrelink recipients that are contrary to the stated objectives. The ABA’s concerns relate to three areas: firstly, access to the Centrepay system by business participants; secondly affordability; and thirdly alternative mainstream financial products and services.
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The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) submission to Attorney-General’s Department re Discussion Paper Australian Privacy Breach Notification
30 November 2012
The ABA provided comments on the Discussion Paper Australian Privacy Breach Notification
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The Australian Bankers’ Association’s (ABA) submission to NSW Fair Trading re Review of the NSW Home Building Act 1989
27 August 2012
The ABA’s submission focuses on Key Issue 1: Home Building Contracts, specifically Issue 2: Progress Payments.
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The Australian Bankers’ Association’s (ABA) submission to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade re Autonomous Sanctions Amendment Regulation 2012
17 July 2012
There are a number of changes outlined in the Regulation that will have a significant effect on the way financial institutions do business, and the ABA provided detailed comments in the submission. However the ABA is particularly concerned about the proposal to introduce the term ‘citizen’ into the Regulation,the introduction of which will have far reaching consequences for Iranian nationals and the financial services industry
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The Australian Bankers' Association's (ABA) submission to the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee re Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Bill 2012
16 July 2012
The Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Bill 2012 (Bill) that includes the single national Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) with the addition of a more comprehensive credit reporting regime are welcome and timely developments towards a more seamless and nationally focused Australian privacy regime. The ABA has provided comments on the proposed privacy reforms in the Bill, in particular on the APPS.
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Inquiry into the prevention and treatment of problem gambling
12 June 2012
The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) provided comments to the Joint Select Committee on Gambling reform with regard to the Inquiry into the prevention and treatment of problem gambling.
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Strengthening economic relations between Australia and New Zealand
4 June 2012
The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the Australian and New Zealand Productivity Commissions’ joint paper, ‘Strengthening economic relations between Australia and New Zealand’ (joint paper).

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