APRA prudential reporting training for ADIs
APRA is an independent statutory authority that supervises institutions across banking, insurance, and superannuation, and is accountable to the Australian Parliament. It was established by the Australian Government on 1 July 1998 following the recommendations of the Wallis Inquiry into the Australian financial system.
Prudential regulation is concerned with maintaining the safety and soundness of financial institutions, so that the community can have confidence that they will meet their financial commitments under all reasonable circumstances. This training also covers APRA’s current regulatory focuses and 5-year data collection transformation roadmap.
About our Course
Our APRA Prudential Reporting course is designed for participants to maintain, update, and develop their knowledge in:
- The role of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) in Australia’s financial landscape
- How APRA develops and supervises compliance with the prudential reporting framework.
What you will learn
- What APRA is and its role in supervising Australia’s financial system
- The structure of APRA’s prudential framework, including the regulatory requirements and supervisory expectations it outlines for financial institutions
- The nature, purpose and structure of EFS and APRA data collections
- What the Basel capital framework is and APRA’s approach to its implementation in Australia
- The key drivers of APRA’s data collection reform and the main elements of its 5 year D2A to APRA Connect transformation road map.
Who is this course for?
- Accountable persons and other business executives with oversight of compliance with APRA requirements
- Roles responsible for collecting, preparing and submitting APRA data collections.
Recognition of Prior Learning