Australia releases draft standards on Basel II

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has put out a discussion paper and draft prudential standard, setting out its proposed approach to market disclosure under the new Basel II capital adequacy regime. The draft is broadly in line with what the market anticipated.

If implemented, all locally incorporated authorised deposit-taking institutions, including foreign-owned bank subsidiaries, will be required to disclose publicly some basic quantitative information on their capital

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