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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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Macrofinancial Stress Testing on Australian Banks

20 Sep 2022 RDP 2022-03
Nicholas Garvin, Samuel Kurian, Mike Major and David Norman
It also enables the scenario to incorporate changes in interest rates or fiscal policy, if desired. ... We begin by taking data on the internal credit ratings of banks' exposures from Pillar III reports.

Developments in the Financial System Architecture

10 Feb 2020 FSR - April 2017 PDF 1324KB

Demography and Financial Markets

10 Oct 2006 Bulletin – October 2006
Four papers examine the potential effects of population ageing by means of theoretical models. ... The paper focuses on three areas where policy intervention might be especially productive.

Discussion on The Australian Financial System in the 2000s: Dodging the Bullet | Conference – 2011

24 Jul 2000 Conferences
The shadow banking sector was relatively small in Australia. The four pillar policy for banks created franchise value that inhibited the big banks from risk-taking. ... Federal Reserve (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System) (2007),

The Australian Financial System in the 2000s: Dodging the Bullet

13 Dec 2011 Conferences PDF 1104KB
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Modelling Inflation in Australia

1 Jul 2010 RDP PDF 497KB
Given the fact that the unemployment rate is reasonably persistent (both in level and four-quarter-change form), there is a. ... We estimate the NKPC using the GMM approach, as in Galí and Gertler (1999).10 As instruments, we use four lags of inflation

China's Supply-side Structural Reform

13 Dec 2018 Bulletin – December 2018
John Boulter
Supply side structural reform is a key component of China's economic policy agenda. The motivation for reform is the view that the supply side of China's economy is out of balance with the demand side and requires adjustment.

Population Ageing, the Structure of Financial Markets and Policy Implications | Conference – 2006

23 Jul 2006 Conferences
W Todd Groome, Nicolas Blancher, Parmeshwar Ramlogan and Oksana Khadarina
In doing so, authorities should also consider various market solutions and inputs as they evaluate the costs and benefits of different policy options. ... In theory, tax policies often seek some form of tax neutrality, in that such policies are not

Developments in the Financial System Infrastructure

10 Mar 2008 FSR – March 2008
All four banks that are using the IRB approaches, as well as two other banks, have been approved to use the AMA approach for operational risk. ... In 2006, APRA began a comprehensive review of ADIs' liquidity risk management policies as well as its own

Developments in the Financial System Architecture

10 Sep 2014 FSR – September 2014
Standard-setting bodies have also recently finalised elements of international policy work relevant to OTC derivatives markets. ... This is a challenging area for policy development; hence, care should be taken in implementing new policies and