The Consumer Data Right Bill is needed for banks to be able to transfer their customers' personal data to another institution, a cornerstone of the open banking initiative.
The BCBS has assessed the implementation of the NSFR and large exposures framework in Australia and India to be 'compliant' with its standards.
ASIC proposes to exempt foreign fund management providers from the requirement to hold an AFS licence to provide services to professional investors in Australia.
The submissions from the RBNZ consultation on raising bank capital requirements show the proposals have broad public support, including from "most banks".
The strategic agenda sets out five areas that will guide the APC's work to ensure the payments system remains resilient, efficient, accessible, and adaptable.
NZX's updated rule set took effect in January, but participants were allowed a six month transition period for adoption before the move to a single board.
Australia's government says the new legislation will protect super savings from from being eroded by excessive and unnecessary fees and insurance costs.
The stronger protections for whistleblowers apply to misconduct or an improper state of affairs or circumstances, not just breaches of the law.
The public hearings will provide a "robust and transparent way" to air issues and views raised in written submissions responding to ASIC's February consultation on responsible lending.
ASIC is assessing changes to the Code proposed by the ABA in two stages, the first of which has been approved and is reflected in the latest version which took effect on 1 July.