ADI definition

ADI means an institution that is an authorized deposit-taking institution under the Australian Banking Act and regulated as such by APRA;

Examples of ADI in a sentence

  • An ADI must apply the risk-weight functions or risk-weight schedule set out in this Attachment to calculate RWA for UL for corporate, sovereign, financial institution and retail exposures.

  • In its application to use an IRB approach, an ADI must, unless determined otherwise by APRA, also seek approval to use an internal risk measurement model for the purpose of determining the Regulatory Capital requirement for interest rate risk in the banking book as set out in Prudential Standard APS 117 Capital Adequacy: Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book.

  • An ADI that has received approval to adopt a phased roll-out of an IRB approach must have an implementation plan in place that specifies the extent and timing of roll-out of the IRB approach across all significant asset classes or sub-asset classes and business units.

  • APRA may approve an ADI to use an IRB approach for Regulatory Capital purposes.

  • An ADI must assign its retail exposures to either the retail residential mortgage, qualifying revolving retail (QRR), small- and medium-sized enterprise (SME) retail or other retail sub-asset classes.

More Definitions of ADI

ADI means an Approved Driving Instructor;
ADI means Adriana Resources Inc.
ADI means an authorised deposit-taking institution that is regulated by APRA under the Banking Act 1959 (Cth).