6.5 — APRA to retain functions

APRA should retain its current functions, including responsibility for the licensing and supervision of RSE licensees and the powers and functions that come with it, including any power to issue directions that APRA presently has or is to be given.

Government Response

The Government agrees that the roles of APRA and ASIC in superannuation should be adjusted to align with the general principles of the twin peaks model, whereby APRA is the prudential regulator and responsible for system and fund performance, including for licencing and supervision, and ASIC is the conduct and disclosure regulator.

The Government agrees that both ASIC and APRA should have stronger powers to enforce provisions that are civil penalty provisions and other provisions relating to conduct that may harm a consumer.

Regulators’ responsibilities under the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993 will be shared in a way that aligns with ASIC and APRA’s mandates.

This also responds to the Productivity Commissions report Superannuation: Assessing Efficiency and Competitiveness which recommended clarifying the regulators’ roles and powers, including their respective areas of focus.

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