APRA definition

APRA means the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority and its successors;

Examples of APRA in a sentence

  • ANZ must immediately notify APRA in writing if ANZ makes a Capital Deficiency Determination.

  • A comparable requirement in the Australian market could refer to entities supervised by Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) and their related companies.

  • Authorizing the Town Manager to allocate asum of $1.3 Million to Coventry (a/k/a Anthony) Fire District, Central Coventry Fire District, Hopkins Hill Fire District, and Western Coventry Fire District from the Town of Coventry’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds.23-2 Re APRA funds to Fire Districts50 - 51 C.

  • APRA is satisfied that the capital position of the ANZ Level 1 Group and the ANZ Level 2 Group is well above its minimum capital requirements after the Issuer elects to redeem or ANZ repurchases the Notes.

  • As way of example, in one case where the benefits were assumed to apply for the life of the loan the total benefits over the life equated to over $700,000 compared to the estimated benefits based on the age of the children only being $230,000.The above continues to occur because APRA Prudential Practice Guide APG 223 Residential Mortgage Lending states under section “ Assessment and verification of income, living expenses and other debt commitments” on page 13: 39.

More Definitions of APRA

APRA means the "Access to Public Records Act," R.I. Gen. Laws § 38-2-1, et seq.