|Label:||Step In Risk Entity Sector Dimension|
This is the sector of the step-in risk entity. A step-in risk entity is an entity to which the reporting entity is likely to provide support beyond any legal or contractual obligation to do so.
Authorised deposit-taking institutions or banking institutions authorised in another jurisdiction.
Central banks, including the Reserve Bank of Australia, Bank for International Settlements, the European Central Bank, and other official monetary authorities.
|CentralBorrowingAuthorities||Central Borrowing Authorities||DV9056||
Entities that primarily provide finance for public corporations and other units owned or controlled by an Australian or foreign government. They arrange the investment of surplus funds.
|CommunityServiceOrganisations||Community Service Organisations||DV9060||
Non-market operators providing goods and services to households for free or at prices that are not economically significant.
Corporations and quasi-corporations engaged primarily in activities closely related to financial intermediation, but which do not themselves perform an intermediation role.
|FinancialInstitutionsNEC||Financial Institutions NEC||DV9045||
Any financial institution other than central banks, banking institutions, registered financial corporations, central borrowing authorities, insurance corporations, superannuation funds, financial auxiliaries, securitisers, money-market investment funds, and non-money market financial investment funds.
Persons whose dealings with other sectors are for personal or housing purposes.
Life insurance corporations registered under the Life Insurance Act 1995; general insurance corporations authorised under the Insurance Act 1973 (or by virtue of determinations made by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) under the General Insurance Reform Act 2001); private health insurance corporations registered under the Private Health Insurance (Prudential Supervision) Act 2015; the Export Finance Insurance Corporation; private sector and government-owned general and health insurance enterprises, both proprietary and mutual; and any overseas insurance corporation.
|MoneyMarketInvestmentFunds||Money Market Investment Funds||DV9052||
Collective investment schemes, such as cash management trusts and cash common funds. They raise funds by issuing shares or units to the public, either via a prospectus or a distribution channel such as a platform.
|NationalGeneralGovernment||National General Government||DV9057||
National government departments and agencies whose principal function is to provide non-market goods and services, principally financed by taxes, for free or at a price well below the cost of production. These entities regulate economic activity, maintain law and order and redistribute income and wealth by means of transfers.
|NonMoneyMarketFinancialInvestmentFunds||Non Money Market Financial Investment Funds||DV9061||
Collective investment schemes, such as trusts or corporations. They raise funds by issuing shares or units to the public, either via a prospectus or a distribution channel such as a platform.
Any entity that is not a private non-financial business, public non-financial corporation, financial institution, household, national general government, state, territory and local government, or community service organisation.
|PrivateNonFinancialBusinesses||Private Non Financial Businesses||DV9046||
Private non-financial investment funds, other private non-financial corporations and private unincorporated businesses.
|PublicNonFinancialCorporations||Public Non Financial Corporations||DV9047||
National government non-financial corporations and state, territory and local government non-financial corporations.
|RegisteredFinancialCorporations||Registered Financial Corporations||DV9059||
Corporations that are registered entities under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001 that are classified as category 'D' or 'Other' by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
Issuers of asset-backed securities created through the process of securitisation. It excludes: issuers of covered bonds.
|StateTerritoryAndLocalGovernment||State Territory And Local Government||DV9044||
Entities that provide non-market goods and services, principally financed by taxes, for free or at a price well below the cost of production. These entities regulate economic activity, maintain law and order and redistribute income and wealth by means of transfers.
Complying funds for the purposes of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993, other autonomous funds established for the benefit of public sector employees and any overseas funds designed specifically for the purpose of providing a pension or other income stream on retirement.