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RBA Glossary definition for Four Pillars Policy

Four Pillars Policy – An Australian Government policy that there should be no fewer than four major banks to maintain appropriate levels of competition in the banking sector.

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The Evolution of Risk and Risk Management – A Prudential Regulator's Perspective

20 Nov 2007 Conferences PDF 129KB
RBA Conference Volume 2007

The Australian Financial System in the 1990s

24 Nov 2006 Conferences PDF 101KB
RBA Conference Volume 2000

The Structure and Resilience of the Financial System

12 Nov 2007 Bulletin PDF 51KB
Reserve Bank of Australia Bulletin November 2007

Authorised Short Term Money Market Dealers

10 Jun 1991 Bulletin – June 1991
These are called monetary policy actions. To enable full effect to be given to their role in the system, the Reserve Bank provides dealers with a number of facilities. ... On average, around two thirds of the value of assets is turned over every day, but

Our People

25 Sep 2017 RBA Annual Report – 2017
Half of the Bank's workforce is in the areas of policy formulation and implementation, note issue, banking and payments services. ... These graduates and interns work in the Bank's policy, note issue, banking, payments and corporate services areas, and

The Consequences of Low Interest Rates for the Australian Banking Sector

21 Dec 2022 RDP 2022-08
Anthony Brassil
Section 6 will conclude by discussing some policy implications and avenues for future research. ... In a stylised macro model designed to determine the effectiveness of monetary policy at low interest rates (including unconventional policies), an

Submission to the Financial System Inquiry

17 Jun 2003 Bulletin PDF 37KB
There are only four in the OECDarea – Norway, Sweden, Denmark andJapan (where it is the Ministry ofFinance). ... taking a fresh look atthe ‘six pillarspolicy which preventsmergers between any of the four largestbanks and the two largest life

Submission to the Financial System Inquiry

10 Sep 1996 Bulletin – September 1996
stability. There is general agreement that there are three main areas of regulation; prudential, consumer protection and competition policy. ... This would mean taking a fresh look at the ‘six pillarspolicy which prevents mergers between any of the

Financial Stability Review - September 2004

6 Jan 2005 FSR PDF 1099KB
in Melbourne over the fi rst half of 2004, and three of the four show a decline in prices in Sydney. ... Policy rate(RHS, month-end). Amsterdam Exchanges IndexSources: Bloomberg; DNB; ECB; Thomson Financial.

Reserve Bank Independence

17 Jun 2003 Bulletin PDF 52KB
September 1996Reserve Bank of Australia Bulletin. 17. affected by other policies as well). ... The four pillars of this framework are asfollows.(i) Multiple objectives. As I have said, I see.