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Australian Bankers’ Association Covering letter and submission to the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority on Liquidity reporting requirements for authorised deposit-taking institutions – November 2012
8 February 2013
Australian Bankers’ Association Covering letter and submission to the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority on Liquidity reporting requirements for authorised deposit-taking institutions – November 2012
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The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) provided comment to The Treasury on the Inter-Governmental Agreement to implement FATCA
8 February 2013
The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) provided comment to The Treasury on the Inter-Governmental Agreement to implement FATCA
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Australian Bankers’ Association Submission to the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority on Basel III Capital Reforms: response paper and draft prudential standards
31 May 2012
The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) appreciates the opportunity to comment on APRA’s response paper and draft prudential standards. The ABA and its member banks also appreciate APRA’s ongoing willingness to engage with industry on these matters. Continued open engagement between APRA and industry is important to ensure an optimal outcome is reached, especially as the new Basel III standards are proposed to be implemented on an accelerated basis in Australia.
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Australian Bankers’ Association Submission on Pillar 3 Disclosure Requirements for Remuneration – Consultative Document
25 February 2011
The Australian Bankers’ Association provided comment to the Bank of International Settlements on the Committee’s Consultative Document – Pillar 3 Disclosure Requirements for Remuneration, released in December 2010. The ABA supports the underlying objective of promoting effective market discipline through improving the quality and comparability of remuneration disclosures. However, we believe that the design of many of the proposed Pillar 3 disclosure requirements will not allow market participants to meaningfully assess the quality of compensation practices and their alignment to a firm’s risk management framework and long-term financial soundness.
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Australian Bankers’ Association Submission on Sound Practices for the Management and Supervision of Operational Risk – Supervisory Guidelines for the Advanced Measurement Approaches
25 February 2011
The Australian Bankers’ Association provided comment to the Bank of International Settlements on their Consultation paper Sound Practices for the Management and Supervision of Operational Risk – Supervisory Guidelines for the Advance Measurement Approaches consultation paper.
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Australian Bankers’ Association Submission on Countercyclical capital buffer proposals
1 September 2010
The Australian Bankers’ Association provided comment to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s consultative document on Countercyclical capital buffer proposal.
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Australian Bankers’ Association Submission on Basel Committee proposal to ensure the loss absorbency of regulatory capital at the point of non-viability
1 September 2010
The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) understands the objective of the proposal to ensure that all regulatory capital instruments issued by banks be capable of absorbing losses in the event that a bank is unable to support itself in the private market. In achieving this objective it is fundamental that the subordination hierarchy for bank-issued instruments is respected.
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Australian Bankers’ Association Submission on Supervision of Conglomerate Groups
25 June 2010
The Australian Bankers’ Association provided comment to the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority on their discussion paper regarding the supervision of conglomerate groups.
ABA submissions on Basel Committee proposals on capital and liquidity
1 April 2010
Following the 2007 – 2009 economic crisis, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision issued two consultation documents in December 2009. Strengthening the resilience of the banking sector and International Framework for liquidity risk measurement, standards and monitoring. These papers outline the Basel Committee’s views on how to strengthen global capital and liquidity regulations to improve the banking sector’s ability to absorb shocks arising from financial and economic stress. The ABA made submissions of behalf of the Australian banking industry to the Basel Committee:

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