Reserve Bank of Australia




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FINANCIAL SYSTEM STABILITY


The core business of monitoring and maintaining the stability of the financial system, including mitigating the risk of financial disturbances, and responding to financial system disturbances should they occur.

    The core activities include:

  • gathering and managing datasets to support analysis, research and statistical reporting activities;

  • undertaking monitoring, analysis and research to monitor the health and stability of the financial system, and reporting on findings and outcomes;

  • establishing and maintaining agreements;

  • participating in committees, meetings and working groups;

  • developing, implementing and reviewing plans and policies;

  • preparing and delivering speeches and presentations;

  • providing and receiving advice and briefings;

  • hosting, arranging and managing conferences, workshops, roundtables and other events; and

  • liaising with external agencies, institutions, academics and the wider community.

  • The performance of the core business is supported by general activities such as:

  • making arrangements;

  • receiving and responding to enquiries;

  • developing and maintaining internal procedures; and

  • reviewing.

Cross references to other areas of this records authority

For the development and review of financial stability standards for payment, clearing and settlement systems, use PAYMENTS SYSTEM POLICY.

For participation in and management of international committees, meetings, working groups, and relations with international bodies, use INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.

Cross references to AFDA Express records authority

For visits made by representatives of other government agencies, and interstate and overseas governments, use GOVERNMENT RELATIONS.

For visits made by non-government organisations, the public, students and academics, use COMMUNITY RELATIONS.

For the management of special occasions, ceremonies or celebrations to honour a particular event, such as the Bank’s 50th anniversary, use COMMUNITY RELATIONS.

For cabinet and other submissions to government, contributions to parliamentary inquiries, use GOVERNMENT RELATIONS.

For advice or submissions to government agencies relating to legislative proposals, use GOVERNMENT RELATIONS.

For media releases and statements, use COMMUNITY RELATIONS.

For managing the acquisition of goods and services, including external consultants and service providers, use PROCUREMENT.

For internal and external audits across the Bank, use STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT.

Cross references to other records authorities

For records of the Reserve Bank Board, use GOVERNING BODIES.

Class no

Description of records

Disposal action

61614

The following significant records documenting:

  • developing, implementing and reviewing high-level policies and plans which provide frameworks, directions, rules and requirements for maintaining the stability of the financial system;

  • final versions of research discussion papers;

  • final versions of analytical notes prepared by the Bank documenting the findings and outcomes of financial system stability monitoring, analysis and research;

  • data release notes providing analysis/commentary of data and statistics, which relate to the Bank’s core variables of interest or responsibility;

  • primary data collected, or analytical series developed and publicly released by the Bank to monitor and analyse the stability of the financial system in Australia over time, and support analysis and research activities.  Includes information about data fields (eg data dictionaries). Includes data held in statistical databases, spreadsheets, tables, graphs, survey data and other formats;

[For secondary data (collected from an external source/provider), the Chart Pack and data requests and data returns, use class 61615, 61617 and 61616 respectively]

  • notifications of changes/amendments to primary data and/or analytical series developed and publicly released by the Bank;

  • intergovernmental and other high-level agreements such as bilateral agreements and memorandums of understanding with governments and financial institutions, including those establishing principles, processes and responsibilities for managing the stability of the Australian financial system (eg MOUs with APRA and ASIC outlining responsibilities for promoting stability);

  • high-level internal and external committees, meetings and working groups where the Bank is the lead agency or is the Commonwealth’s main representative, provides the chair or secretariat, or has a leading role in deliberations (eg Council of Financial Regulators);

  • high-level advice and briefings to or from the Board, Governors, the Treasurer, Ministers, members of Parliament, or heads of government agencies and financial institutions which document the Bank’s position or proposed position on financial system stability matters, or advice subject to media scrutiny, or has far reaching implications for the stability of the Australian financial system;

  • high-level reviews of the core business. Includes final review reports, milestone drafts, recommendations, stakeholder consultations, submissions and supporting research;

  • final versions of speeches and presentations made by the Governor, Deputy Governor, Assistant Governors or Department Heads;

  • final versions of the proceedings, reports, speeches and papers of conferences and roundtables hosted by the Bank; and

  • master version of agency external publications.

Retain as national archives

61615

Records documenting secondary data gathered from external providers which are subject to terms and conditions of licensing agreements and confidentiality arrangements.

Destroy in accordance with associated agreement terms and conditions

61616

Records documenting:

  • data release notes providing analysis/commentary of data and statistics, which do not relate to the Bank’s core variables of interest or responsibility;

  • data requests and returns;

  • data release schedules;

  • diary notes used for internal debriefings for meetings, conferences, or other events;

  • records documenting the receipt and handling of general enquiries which require a standard/routine response; and

  • final versions of routine internal operational policies and procedures supporting the core business not covered in class 61614.

Destroy 2 years after action completed

61617

Records documenting:

  • routine operational administrative tasks supporting the core business; and

  • financial systems stability activities, other than those covered in classes 61614 to 61616.

Destroy 10 years after action completed
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