Australian regulator proposes enhanced liquidity requirements

Prudential framework for liquidity risk management under review

SYDNEY - The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (Apra) on Friday published consultation proposals to strengthen liquidity risk management by authorised deposit-taking institutions.

The consultation is part of a wide-ranging review of the regulator’s prudential framework for liquidity risk management. 

The review examines financial market developments and the changing practices of financial firms since 1998. It also looks at the lessons to be learned from the global financial crisis and

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