Regulatory & Prudential Subcommittee
This subcommittee ensures that the ASF identifies and responds swiftly to proposals emanating from regulators and government locally and offshore.
Often, due to its complexity, securitisation has many touch points that can be affected by a single piece of legislation or regulation. The ASF seeks to ensure that views from all quarters of opinion are canvassed, and this subcommittee plays a key role in this process.
The subcommittee is primarily responsible for monitoring prudential and conduct-of-business issues that could affect securitisation, typically encompassing ASIC, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and the Reserve Bank of Australia.
It also addresses bank-specific issues concerning securitisation and covered bonds, such as prudential standards APS 120 and APS 121, and Basel III.
As part of its work, the subcommittee maintains dialogue with and responds to consultation papers issued by regulators.
|Andrew Jinks (Co-Chair)||Clayton Utz|
| Peter Taplin (Co-Chair)
|Anna O'Sullivan||BNY Mellon|
| Dale Hancock
|David Addis||National Australia Bank|
|Edward Freilikh||Commonwealth Bank|
| Florian Minzlaff
|Gwenneth O'Shea||AMP Bank|
| Ian Edmonds-Wilson
||King & Wood Mallesons|
| James Shaw
||Bank of Queensland|
| Justin Mineeff
| Karolina Popic
||Allen & Overy|
| Patrick Lowden
||Herbert Smith Freehills|
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