Australian regulator proposes enhanced liquidity requirements

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (Apra) published consultation proposals to strengthen liquidity risk management by authorised deposit-taking institutions on September 11. The consultation is part of a wider review of the regulator’s framework for liquidity risk management.

Chairman John Laker says Apra aims to strengthen financial institutions’ resilience to liquidity risk and improve the regulator’s ability to assess and monitor liquidity risk profiles. “These proposals represent

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