The Treasury promotes competitive, efficient markets that work for the good of consumers and investors, a secure financial system and sound corporate practices, and foreign investment consistent with Australia's national interests. This includes regulatory reforms to improve the resilience of the financial system, innovation and consumer outcomes and participation in regional and international forums, such as G20 summits.
Consumer Data Right rules - expansion to the telecommunications sector and other operational enhancements
Treasury has released exposure draft amendments to the Consumer Data Right (CDR) rules and explanatory materials for consultation. The exposure draft rules expand the CDR to telecommunications and…
The Consumer Data Right (CDR) is a rules and technical standards‑based framework that gives consumers the right to use the data Australian businesses hold about them for their own benefit. The CDR is…
The Government is seeking stakeholder views on the Minister Rules for the Financial Accountability Regime (FAR). The Government introduced the Financial Accountability Regime Bill 2022 (the FAR Bill…