APRA’s enforcement priorities for RSEs in 2016 – know them well and be prepared

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25 November 2015
By Michael Chaaya (Partner)

APRA’s 2015 Annual Report contains good insights into where the regulator intends to focus its scrutiny. Conflicts of interest, insurance in superannuation, investment governance, liquidity management, remuneration disclosure and risk management frameworks are high-priority areas for APRA. 

Here is our guide to APRA’s concerns and the steps superannuation trustees can take to ensure their policies and procedures pass APRA’s inspection.

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