Reserve Bank of Australia Annual Report – 2021 Financial Statements Note 10 – Other Liabilities

  Note 2021
Provision for annual and other leave 1(i) 29 25
Provision for long service leave 1(i) 56 50
Provision for post-employment benefits 1(i) 98 100
Other   4 9
    187 184
Securities sold under agreements to repurchase 1(b) 996 22
Payable for unsettled purchases of securities 1(b) 1,480 579
Cash payable for gold loaned under gold swaps 1(b) 0 884
Foreign currency swap liabilities 1(b) 383 90
Interest accrued on deposits 1(b) 5 12
Superannuation liability 1(j), 14 23 247
Other   86 111
    2,973 1,945
Total Other Liabilities as at 30 June   3,160 2,129

The RBA's provision for its post-employment benefits was $2.1 million lower in 2020/21, due to a decline in the longevity of retired staff and an increase in discount rates used to measure the estimated future cost of providing these benefits in present value terms. Benefits of $4.7 million were paid out of the provision for post-employment benefits in 2020/21. The balance of the provision for post-employment benefits will change if assumptions about the length of staff service, the longevity of retired staff, future costs of providing benefits, or discount rates vary.

Other provisions include amounts for legal matters and workers compensation.

Other liabilities include contract liabilities of $23.1 million relating to unearned revenue from the provision of the CLF (Note 1(m)) and $19.6 million in lease liabilities. Interest on lease liabilities was $0.2 million in 2020/21.