CP 224 Facilitating electronic financial services disclosures
Released 14 November 2014. Comments close 16 January 2015.
This paper seeks feedback from financial product and services providers, consumers of financial services and their representatives and other interested parties on our proposed approach to the electronic delivery of financial services disclosures.
We are seeking feedback on providing class order relief to facilitate default electronic delivery of financial services disclosures and to facilitate the use of more innovative Product Disclosure Statements.
Our proposals also update our guidance in Regulatory Guide 221 Facilitating electronic financial services disclosures (RG 221).
- Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) (PDF 268 KB)
- ASX Limited (PDF 52 KB)
- Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) (PDF 348 KB)
- Australian Finance Conference (AFC) (PDF 359 KB)
- Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) (PDF 884 KB)
- Australian Super (PDF 507 KB)
- CHOICE (PDF 293 KB)
- Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) (PDF 530 KB)
- Consumer Action Law Centre (PDF 167 KB)
- Customer-Owned Banking Association (PDF 116 KB)
- Ernst & Young (EY) (PDF 108 KB)
- Financial Counselling Australia (FCA) (PDF 324 KB)
- Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA) (PDF 256 KB)
- Financial Rights Legal Centre (PDF 196 KB)
- Godwin, Andrew (PDF 159 KB)
- Home Loan Experts (PDF 137 KB)
- Independent Fund Administrators & Advisers Pty Ltd (IFAA) (PDF 73 KB)
- Industry Super Australia (PDF 295 KB)
- Insurance Council of Australia (PDF 189 KB)
- Law Council of Australia’s Superannuation Committee (PDF 186 KB)
- Mercer (PDF 16 MB)
- Property Funds Association (PFA) (PDF 163 KB)
- Telstra Super (PDF 144 KB)
- UniSuper (PDF 726 KB)
- Westpac Banking Corporation (PDF 307 KB)
- Wilkins, Richard (PDF 51 KB)