In this 2.5 minute video, I give a quick glimpse of what will happen in financial services and credit regulation in Australia in 2023.
In addition to complying with existing and new legislation financial services providers also need to monitor what’s coming up.
Commonwealth Parliament is scheduled to resume on 6 February 2023 with the Budget scheduled for 9 May.
The main regulatory change for the banking, insurance and superannuation sectors will be the passing of the Financial Accountability Regime Bill 2022 and the Financial Services Compensation Scheme of Last Resort Levy Bill 2022.
The Treasury Laws Amendment (Modernising Business Communications and Other Measures) Bill 2022 will implement some of the Corporations Act financial services simplification recommendations of the Australian Law Reform Commission.
This timeline (pdf) shows the changes already programmed for 2023 and beyond.
It also shows the possible changes you need to monitor as well as known risks.
If you would like more information about the changes and how I can help you manage risks please contact me by any of the methods shown on your screen.
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Author: David Jacobson
Principal, Bright Corporate Law
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