Prudential Regulation

Prudential regulation is designed to ensure that entities, such as banks, insurance companies and superannuation fund trustees, which make financial promises to consumers are capable of meeting those promises. Although historically directed towards issues such as capital adequacy, operational risk and liquidity management, prudential regulators have in more recent times started to engage with issuess such as governance and risk management more generally.

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