Topic archives: Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority

The regulator is coming for commercial property

March 7, 2017 2

The financial regulator has issued a stern warning to banks about commercial property lending -- the area where property crunches usually start, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

Morrison mugged by reality on superannuation data

August 24, 2016 9

New data on the performance of our superannuation funds yet again demonstrates how blinkered the Liberal Party is about industry super.

Quelle surprise — government hands big banks a tax win

September 2, 2015 6

The government has delivered another win for the big banks, dumping a tax that Joe Hockey supported just months ago, Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer write.

APRA’s capital move may put a lid on house prices

APRA’s capital move may put a lid on house prices

July 20, 2015 2

APRA has responded to the Murray Inquiry's call for higher residential mortgage capital requirements for banks, which may have flow-on effects through the economy, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

How healthy are our banks? It’s time to end the secrecy

How healthy are our banks? It’s time to end the secrecy

October 28, 2014 2

It's time investors were told how Australian banks perform in stress tests -- like overseas investors are told, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

APRA, Treasury remain unenthused about the Murray financial inquiry

APRA, Treasury remain unenthused about the Murray financial inquiry

April 7, 2014

The financial services regulator APRA is unenthusiastic about the financial services inquiry, but has used it to complain about its resourcing.

The price of too-big-to-fail set to weigh bank shares

The price of too-big-to-fail set to weigh bank shares

October 31, 2013 4

The cost of being too big to fail for our big banks is now being made explicit as regulators move ahead of the financial system inquiry, Crikey writers Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane investigate.