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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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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

The Sub-prime Crisis: Causal Distortions and Regulatory Reform | Conference – 2008

14 Jul 2008 Conferences
Adrian Blundell-Wignall and Paul Atkinson
Problems with capital regulation under Pillar 1, the extent to which Pillars 2 and 3 might be expected to help and the problems of ‘anticipation’ affecting what banks did in respect ... If supervisory practices lag (as in the sub-prime crisis) the

The Australian Financial System

21 Nov 2022 FSR - October 2021 PDF 1155KB

Authorised Short Term Money Market Dealers

21 Nov 2003 Bulletin PDF 292KB
These arecalled monetary policy actions. 4. Reserve Bank Facilities. To enable full effect to be given to their rolein the system, the Reserve Bank providesdealers with a number of facilities. ... The central pillar of any short term moneymarket is

Financial Stability Review March 2015

24 Mar 2015 FSR March 2015 PDF 1257KB

Credit Losses at Australian Banks: 1980–2013

8 May 2015 RDP PDF 1495KB
business, housing and personal) loss rates that the major banks have published in their (publicly available) Pillar 3 reports since 2008. ... Credit risk evaluation was shoddy. Corporate lending policies and procedures were not even compended into a

Financial Stability Review

18 Nov 2022 FSR - April 2022 PDF 2740KB

Change and Constancy in the Financial System: Implications for Financial Distress and Policy | Conference – 2007

20 Aug 2007 Conferences
Claudio Borio
The conclusion summarises the key points and assesses the prospects for policy action. ... 4. Policy. This view of financial instability also has significant implications for policy.

Chinas Supply Side Structural Reform

12 Dec 2018 Bulletin - December 2018 PDF 716KB

Macrofinancial Stress Testing on Australian Banks

13 Sep 2023 RDP PDF 1940KB
from policy responses that mitigate stress (such as the monetary easing that would likely occur. ... The four variables in our macroeconomic block can be endogenously determined by applying a shock.