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RBA Glossary definition for NPP

NPP – New Payments Platform

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Statistical Tables

7 Sep 2023 Statistics
Statistical Tables. This page lists statistical tables for a range of economic and financial data produced by the Reserve Bank of Australia and other organisations. No entries found. Reserve Bank of Australia. Assets and Liabilities. Authorised


9 Jun 2023
A glossary of terms used on the RBA website

Real-time Payments in Australia

3 May 2022 Speech
Ellis Connolly
Speech delivered by Ellis Connolly, Head of Payments Policy Department, Opening Address to the Real Time Payments Summit 21/22, ICC, Sydney

An Update on Australia's New Payments Platform

3 Oct 2018 Speech
Anthony Richards
Speech delivered by Tony Richards, Head of Payments Policy Department, to the Chicago Payments Symposium, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Chicago

About RITS

20 Mar 2023
A general overview and information papers concerning RITS and its structure

NPP Functionality and Access Consultation: Conclusions Paper

9 Mar 2023
NPP Functionality and Access Consultation: Conclusions Paper. Conclusions Paper. June 2019.

A Payments System for the Digital Economy

10 Dec 2019 Speech
Philip Lowe
Speech delivered by Philip Lowe, Governor, to the 2019 Australian Payments Network Summit, Sydney

Fast Payments in Australia

13 Mar 2018 Speech
Michele Bullock
Speech delivered by Michele Bullock, Assistant Governor (Financial System), to Seamless Payments 2018, Sydney

Box D: The New Payments Platform and Fast Settlement Service

10 Apr 2018 FSR – April 2018
The NPP and FSS are completely new pieces of payments infrastructure (Figure D1). ... the settlement of NPP payments through the FSS or the settlement of other transactions in RITS.

Corporate Plan 2023

31 Aug 2023
This corporate plan is prepared for 2023/24 in accordance with section 35(1)(b) of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013, and also covers the reporting periods from 1 July 2023 to 30 June 2024.