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APRA's proposed data collection for Credit Exposures and Provisions (ARS220).

About this event

APRA is consulting on changes to ARS 220 reporting which will see the regulator move away from the report submissions to a data set collection approach. For the Australian regulator this is a fundamental shift away from its current regulatory reporting practices towards a concept-dimension model approach. APRA has indicated that the data collection changes for ARF220 will form the basis of an ADI financial instrument data model which will be extended at a future date.

Collecting granular data sets, at the level of individual contracts, will have profound implications for the regulated industry.

In this webinar we will unpack APRA's proposal and look at the implications, opportunities and challenges for the ADI industry.

Join this session if you are responsible for 

  • Regulatory submissions to APRA 
  • AASB 9 provisioning 
  • Credit risk modeling and reporting
  • RWA and Capital Adequacy
  • Data Strategy
  • Data Architecture
  • Data Modeling and Analysis

Can't make it on the date? No problem, a recording of this session will be made available to anyone who has registered for the session.

Hosted by

  • Team member
    Thomas Verlaet Founder | CEO @ RegCentric

  • Team member
    David Rule Content Manager @ Reg 360 Pty Limited



Experts in Data Management, Finance, Risk and Regulatory Reporting.