Debelle highlights ‘rich potential’ in regulatory data

Guy Debelle

Many regulatory reporting requirements came into effect this year, and the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is already finding useful information in the data, according to assistant governor Guy Debelle.

Speaking at the Australasian Finance and Banking Conference in Sydney today (December 16), Debelle said there was "very rich potential" in the data for both the RBA and market participants, and highlighted some initial findings.

For example, data on lending by different institutions shows that

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