Resources

Date Resource Type
01 Jan 2020 Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association

SIFMA is the leading trade association for broker-dealers, investment banks and asset managers operating in the U.S. and global capital markets. 

External Resource
01 Jan 2020 Basel Committee

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) is the primary global standard setter for the prudential regulation of banks and provides a forum for regular cooperation on banking supervisory matters. 

External Resource
24 Feb 2020 Submission to the Treasurer of Victoria on securitisation of equipment finance receivables

Submission to the Treasurer of Victoria (State Revenue Office) on the impact of the State Taxation Acts Amendment Act 2019 on securitisation of equipment finance receivables

Submission
24 Feb 2020 Submission to the Treasurer of WA on securitisation of equipment finance receivables

Submission to the Treasurer of Western Australia on the impact of the State Revenue Laws Amendment Act 2019 on securitisation of equipment finance receivables

Submission
27 Feb 2020 Submission to the Reserve Bank of New Zealand on the NZClear clearing and settlements system

Submission from the ASF's New Zealand Market Subcommittee to the RBNZ highlighting some areas of concern with the new NZClear clearing & settlements system.

Submission
03 Mar 2020 ASF Submission to ARNECC on proposed new VOI rules

ASF submission to the Australian Registrars National Electronic Conveyancing Council (ARNECC)’s consultation on its proposed new Verification of Identity (VOI) rules for mortgagees.
 

Submission
10 Mar 2020 ASF Submission to ASIC on product design & distribution obligations under the Corps Act

ASF submission to ASIC outlining the potential impact of matters contemplated in the DDO provisions, and the ASF’s recommendations to address the issues raised by this consultation.

Submission
01 Apr 2020 ASF NZ market subcommittee letter to the RBNZ regarding non-banks & COVID-19

A letter to the RBNZ highlighting some of the issues the New Zealand non-bank sector is facing as a direct result of COVID-19 and the resultant mandatory lockdown.

Submission