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Statewide Super confirms merger talks
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 13 MAR 2019
... ranks 62nd. Tasplan isn't ranked as its MySuper product is less than three years old. Last month, APRA chair Wayne Byres said the regulator has "upped the ante" over the past year in identifying underperforming funds and assessing their ...
APRA sets sights on 2019 targets
HARRISON WORLEY  |  FRIDAY, 1 MAR 2019
... behaviour . The commission's final report even recommended a new regulatory overseer as a result . APRA chair Wayne Byres said its inquiry into the Commonwealth Bank and issues at the Royal Commission had shone light on areas in need of focus. ...
'Best in show' a no go: KPMG
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 27 FEB 2019
... In the same period, the total number of APRA-regulated funds has dropped from 2149 to 2004. Last week APRA chair Wayne Byres told the Senate Economics Legislation Committee the regulator has "upped the ante" over the past year in identifying ...
More consolidation to come: APRA
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  FRIDAY, 22 FEB 2019
... months, at least 13 have moved to do so. And a further three could also be headed for the exit door, APRA chair Wayne Byres said. Appearing before the Senate Economics Legislation Committee yesterday, Byres said the regulator has "upped the ante" ...
First neobank granted full banking licence
OSKAH DUNNIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 23 JAN 2019
... was the first new retail-focused bank to be granted a licence since the early 2000s. In May 2018, APRA chairman Wayne Byres supported the proposed regulatory reforms. "By making it easier for aspiring ADIs [neobanks] to enter the market, APRA ...
Industry dubious about one regulatory body: Survey
KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 10 DEC 2018
... decided to take a firm hand and commence proceedings against IOOF in the Federal Court of Australia. APRA chair Wayne Byres recently told the last round of the Royal Commission that the prudential regulator is still uncertain in how it will ...
APRA grilled over superannuation
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 30 NOV 2018
APRA's handling of NAB and AMP fee for no service scandals were in the spotlight as chairman Wayne Byres was asked about the regulator's superannuation work in the final hours of the Royal Commission's public hearings. The prudential regulator ...
APRA not clear how to police BEAR breaches
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 30 NOV 2018
APRA chair Wayne Byres said the prudential regulator still hasn't locked in how it will enforce the BEAR regime if a bank executive breaches it, five months on from the change. Continuing his testimony on the Royal Commission's final day, Byres ...
APRA readies ADIs for BEAR
KARREN VERGARA  |  THURSDAY, 18 OCT 2018
... deliver on their accountabilities, and that there is a robust framework for identifying any breaches. APRA chair Wayne Byres said many problems that have arisen in the financial system over recent years have had, at their heart, organisational ...
APRA will rethink how it assesses risk: Byres
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 11 OCT 2018
APRA chair Wayne Byres says the regulator will "clearly need to reflect" on the way it thinks about risk after Royal Commission revelations, but the financial services industry needs to step up to change its culture. "I'm not going to give a full ...
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