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Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in APRA INERTIA Big banks may need $41b more capital, UBS says PUBLISHED: 11 Sep 2014 10:30:55 | UPDATED: 12 Sep 2014 10:08:54 Christopher Joye   Karen Maley | Big banks at risk of ratings downgrade UBS’s top-ranked bank research team have almost doubled their estimates of the amount of capital Australia’s major banks may have to raise in response to David Murray’s financial system inquiry, from $23 billion to $41.1 billion. In a new report, UBS say that “given Australia’s unique situation as a small, commodity-based economy heavily reliant on foreign capital, with a very concentrated banking system, David Murray is likely to err on the side of caution. “We believe this means both higher mortgage risk weights and [capital] buffers despite the majors’ vehement objections.” Australia’s four major banks are pushing aggressively to avoid any increase in their core equity capital, which would immediately lower their leverage and world-beating returns on...
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Continue reading Australian Banks Warn Against Tougher Regulations Australia's Big Four Argue Against Imposing Tougher Capital Buffers Aug. 29, 2014   MELBOURNE, Australia--Australia's largest lenders defended their ability to withstand any future banking crisis and warned against further moves to strengthen the financial system, in submissions published Friday to a government-backed review.  The country's so-called Big Four banks in submissions to the review of the financial system opposed the imposition of tougher capital buffers. They have also argued against the need to ring-fence investment banking operations and advised caution over introducing any creditor "bail-in" system.   "A compelling case has not been made that further strengthening would provide additional benefits to the financial system," Mike Smith, chief executive of ANZ, said in a submission published on the inquiry's website Friday, adding steps had already be taken by the banks and regulators that would protect the public from losses. The big banks and...
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The three sister regulators are hopelessly politicized and useless.  APRA did not realise toxicity existed in RMBS Packages until we suggested as such in 2012 Parliamentary Senate Inquiry into Banking.  "Government cannot, ought not to profit from fraud."  Pretty basic stuff.  Groups telling APRA of fraudulent conduct complaints re TRIO Capital.  APRA says: "huh...please explain.....we are bit thick but we will redraft...."  and on it goes proving the high level of regulatory inertia (or corruption) in this country.    Its going to be an ugly consumer war indeed as the aggrieved will not stand for this nonsense, nor the regulatory clap trap for much longer.  Someone in Government has to take control of these Banks and Super Funds instead of the "tail wagging the DOG!!!!" Instead of watering down consumer protection laws, Joe Hockey and Mathias Cormann would do well to throw the bucket at the Banks! This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Legal issues, finance delay Trio...
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