PET - Plain English Taxonomy

Dimension Description
This is a unique public identifier issued to all entities registered in the Australian Business Register (ABR), to be used in their dealings with government. Companies registered under the Corporations Law and business entities carrying on an enterprise in Australia are entitled to an ABN.
This dimension categorises an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution's holdings of financial instruments based on the 'book type' ('Banking Book' or 'Trading Book') to which the instrument belongs, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension is used to categorise the reported information based on the assigned available stable funding (ASF) factor in accordance with Prudential Standard APS 210 - Liquidity.
This dimension is used to categorise reported insurance information based on the accident year to which the data relates.Accident year refers to the financial year of the insurer that the losses/claims are incurred. For example, the 2007 accident year for an insurer with a balance date of 30 June will relate to claims with dates of loss (regardless of notification date) occurring between 1 July 2006 and 30 June 2007.
The type of loan or deposit account.
The accounting basis for income and expense recognition - cash or accruals.
The information reported is adjusted for any accumulated depreciation and or amortisation and/or impairment.
A list of codes that identifies activity types.
Information in relation to the status of an activity.
The description of the adjustment amount(s)
This dimension provides the description of adjustments and exclusions approved by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority.
This dimension provides the description of adjustments approved by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the age of the people to which it relates.
This dimension classifies information based on the position within the applicable allocation range.
The information reported refers to allowable income, as defined by the entity's serviceability assessment policy.
A unique identifier that is determined by the reporting entity.
This dimension identifies the accounting valuation scenario, in relation to amortisation, under which the reported value was calculated.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the underlying asset class.
This dimension categorises information based on the limits set by the prudential standards relating to Asset Concentration Risk Charge.
This dimension identifies whether or not the item reported is net of components already deducted from capital base in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises information based on the country of asset domicile which is where the asset was issued.
The information reported categorises whether or not an asset has been pledged as security by the entity.
This dimension categorises the reported information by category of asset exposure after the application of eligible credit support and is determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the accounting valuation scenario, in relation to impairment, under which the reported value was calculated.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to who is managing the assets or investments.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to whether or not the assets are owned and managed by the reporting entity.
This dimension classifies assets according to the likelihood of their full economic benefits being realised.
This dimension categorises the reported information based on the impacts arising from the application of certain asset risk stresses. The reported information is contribution towards the change in capital base under the scenario considered.
This dimension categorises information reported regarding assets which have been purchased or acquired, based on the selling counterparty.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of asset.
Information in relation to the status of usage of an asset.
This dimension identifies whether or not the item reported is net of other intangible assets, as determined in accordance with relevant accounting standards.
This dimension identifies whether or not the item reported is net of assets in excess of the asset concentration limits, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to whether the scheme has an Australian Registered Scheme Number issued. An Australian Registered Scheme Number is a nine digit number issued to Australian managed investment schemes by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
Determines the Australian geographic regions to be used in the assembly of dimensional tables within reports. It may or not include offshore areas.
This dimension is used to categorise reported information in relation to back-testing, based on whether actual or hypothetical trading outcomes have been applied, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to a balance sheet period type.
This dimension identifies the measurement scenario under which the reported value was calculated.
This dimension represents the basis used for the reported information.
The term to maturity of the underlying benchmark that the security is pricing off.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to information based on the type of benefit applicable.
This dimension categorises a financial institution's holdings of financial instruments based on the 'book type' ('banking book' or 'trading book') to which the instrument belongs.
This dimension categorises information in relation to the security provided by the reporting party in relation to its liabilities.
This dimension is used to categorise information reported according to specified business lines.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of business.
The calculation basis on which values are reported.
This dimension categorises information reported in relation to the capital adequacy approach adopted, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to cashflow projections calculated under the relevant prudential standards.
This dimension is used to categorise the reported information into the applicable insurance business, as defined by the relevant prudential standards.
This dimension is used to classify reported information by the category of capital, as determined in accordance with relevant Prudential Standards.
This dimension is used to segment data based on the categories of the eligible collateral or guarantee replacing the underlying asset exposure. The categories of exposures are determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension is used to segment data based on the categories of asset exposures contained in the relevant prudential standards.
This dimension is used to identify the category of the insurer reporting the information as defined in relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises information reported according to the type of security sought.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the deliverables under the Chronic Disease Management Programs.
This dimension is used to categorise reported information according to the time period within which a claim is admitted.
This dimension identifies the relevant period under which the reported claims expense value was recognised.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the time period within which a claim is incurred.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the time period within which a claim is paid.
This dimension is used to categorise information according to business activity.
The information reported relates to the classification whether or not the collateral is rehypothecated. Rehypothecation is re-using collateral received through transactions to pledge for another transaction.
This is the unique identifier for the client as used by the insurance intermediary.
This dimension categorises information reported according to the type of collateral provided in the repurchase agreement or received in a reverse repurchase agreement.
This represents the location of the collateral being reported.
The information reported classifies the collateral management type.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the residual term to maturity of collateral.
This characterises the finance according to the collateralisation type.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the sub-committee type of the board of an entity.
This dimension is used to categorise reported information, based on the commodity to which the information relates.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of commodity contract.
Information in relation to the status of completion of an activity or an asset.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to components of outstanding claims.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to types of conditions of release.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the contact within an entity.
This dimension is used to categorise reported information according to the arrangements under the contract to which the data relates.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the underlying contract associated with a type of financial risk.
The information reported shows the categories of different causes of contractual cash flows that effect liquidity needs.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of contribution receivable.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the status of contributions to a fund.
This dimension categorises information reported under the internal ratings based approach to credit risk, based on the prescribed corporate exposure classes, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This information represents the types of costs that are charged indirectly to a member of a superannuation fund. They may or may not be disclosed in a product disclosure statement (PDS).
This dimension is used to categorise information reported in relation to foreign exchange transactions, based on the counter (or reference, or quote) currency of the transaction.
This dimension categorises the reported information according to the ANZSIC division classification of the counterparty to the transaction that gave rise to the reported information.
This dimension categorises the reported information by the country of residence/location of the counterparty from whom the reporting party directly derives its return on investment in the financial asset and on whom the reporting party has the primary claim when liquidating the asset. Residence/location is determined by where the entity is permanently located, physically and/or by way of law or registration, inside or outside a country's borders. Foreign branches or subsidiaries are classified as residents of the country in which they operate.
This dimension is used to segment data based on whether the counterparty has defaulted on its obligation to the reporting party.
This dimension categorises reported data according to the residency of the counterparty. Residency is determined by the domicile of the counterparty. Branches are classified as residents of the country in which they operate.
This dimension categorises the reported information according to the grade of the counterparty as defined in the relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises the long-term and short-term credit rating grades of the counterparty of collateral or guarantee as determined by various rating agencies. Long-term ratings. Rating Grade1: Standard & Poor's AAA; Moody's Aaa; AM Best Debt aaa; AM Best FSR A++; Fitch AAA;Rating Grade2: Standard & Poor's AA+, AA, AA-; Moody's Aa1, Aa2, Aa3; AM Best Debt aa+, aa, aa-; AM Best FSR A+; Fitch AA+, AA, AA-; Rating Grade3: Standard & Poor's A+, A, A-; Moody's A1, A2, A3; AM Best Debt a+, a, a-; AM Best FSR A, A-; Fitch A+, A, A-; Rating Grade4: Standard & Poor's BBB+, BBB, BBB-; Moody's Baa1, Baa2, Baa3; AM Best Debt bbb+, bbb, bbb-; AM Best FSR B++, B+; Fitch BBB+, BBB, BBB-; Rating Grade5: Standard & Poor's BB+, BB, BB- ; Moody's Ba1, Ba2, Ba3; AM Best Debt bb+, bb, bb-; AM Best FSR B, B-; Fitch BB+, BB, BB-; Rating Grade6: Standard & Poor's B+, B, B- ; Moody's B1, B2, B3; AM Best Debt b+, b, b-; AM Best FSR C++, C+, C, C-; Fitch B+, B, B-; Rating Grade7: Standard & Poor's Below B-; Moody's Below B3; AM Best Debt Below b-; AM Best FSR Below C-; Fitch CCC or Below; Short-term ratings. Rating Grade1: Standard & Poor's A+, AM Best AMB-1+; Fitch F1+; Rating Grade2: Standard & Poor's A1; Moody's P1; AM Best AMB-1; Fitch F1; Rating Grade3: Standard & Poor's A2; Moody's P2; AM Best AMB-2; Fitch F2; Rating Grade4: Standard & Poor's A3; Moody's P3; AM Best AMB-3; Fitch F3; Rating Grade6: Standard & Poor's B; Moody's NP Vulnerable; AM Best AMB-4; Fitch B; Rating Grade7: Standard & Poor's C; Moody's NP Currently Vulnerable; Fitch C;
This is the name given by the reporting party to the group to which the counterparty belongs.
This information represents the domicile where the group owning the counterparty is legally incorporated.
The legal name of the counterparty.
This is the legal name of the counterparty or the name for a group of connected counterparties that includes the legal name of the principal counterparty in that group.
This dimension categorises the counterparty grade after eligible credit support provided according to the long-term and short-term credit rating grades of the provider as determined by various rating agencies.Long-term ratings. Rating Grade1: Standard & Poor's AAA; Moody's Aaa; AM Best Debt aaa; AM Best FSR A++; Fitch AAA;Rating Grade2: Standard & Poor's AA+, AA, AA-; Moody's Aa1, Aa2, Aa3; AM Best Debt Debt aa+, aa, aa-; AM Best FSR A+; Fitch AA+, AA, AA-;Rating Grade3: Standard & Poor's A+, A, A-; Moody's A1, A2, A3; AM Best Debt a+, a, a-; AM Best FSR A, A-; Fitch A+, A, A-;Rating Grade4: Standard & Poor's BBB+, BBB, BBB-; Moody's Baa1, Baa2, Baa3; AM Best Debt bbb+, bbb, bbb-; AM Best FSR B++, B+; Fitch BBB+, BBB, BBB-;Rating Grade5: Standard & Poor's BB+, BB, BB- ; Moody's Ba1, Ba2, Ba3; AM Best Debt bb+, bb, bb-; AM Best FSR B, B-; Fitch BB+, BB, BB-;Rating Grade6: Standard & Poor's B+, B, B- ; Moody's B1, B2, B3; AM Best Debt b+, b, b-; AM Best FSR C++, C+, C, C-; Fitch B+, B, B-;Rating Grade7: Standard & Poor's Below B-; Moody's Below B3; AM Best Debt Below b-; AM Best FSR Below C-; Fitch CCC or Below;Short-term ratingsRating Grade1: Standard & Poor's A+, AM Best AMB-1+; Fitch F1+;Rating Grade2: Standard & Poor's A1; Moody's P1; AM Best AMB-1; Fitch F1;Rating Grade3: Standard & Poor's A2; Moody's P2; AM Best AMB-2; Fitch F2;Rating Grade4: Standard & Poor's A3; Moody's P3; AM Best AMB-3; Fitch F3;Rating Grade6: Standard & Poor's B; Moody's NP Vulnerable; AM Best AMB-4; Fitch B;Rating Grade7: Standard & Poor's C; Moody's NP Currently Vulnerable; Fitch C;
This rating categorises the credit ratings of the counterparty in relation to the investments of the reporting entity as determined by various rating agencies.Rating Grade1: Standard & Poor's AAA; Moody's Aaa; AM Best A++; Fitch AAARating Grade2: Standard & Poor's AA+, AA, AA-; Moody's Aa1, Aa2, Aa3; AM Best A+; Fitch AA+, AA, AA-Rating Grade3: Standard & Poor's A+, A, A-; Moody's A1, A2, A3; AM Best A, A-; Fitch A+, A, A-Rating Grade4: Standard & Poor's BBB+, BBB, BBB-; Moody's Baa1, Baa2, Baa3; AM Best B++, B+; Fitch BBB+, BBB, BBB-Rating Grade5: Standard & Poor's BB+, or below; Moody's Ba1, or below; AM Best B, or below; Fitch BB+, or below
This dimension categorises investments of the reporting entity according to the long-term and short-term credit rating grades of the counterparty as determined by various rating agencies.Long-term ratings. Rating Grade1: Standard & Poor's AAA; Moody's Aaa; AM Best Debt aaa; AM Best FSR A++; Fitch AAA;Rating Grade2: Standard & Poor's AA+, AA, AA-; Moody's Aa1, Aa2, Aa3; AM Best Debt aa+, aa, aa-; AM Best FSR A+; Fitch AA+, AA, AA-;Rating Grade3: Standard & Poor's A+, A, A-; Moody's A1, A2, A3; AM Best Debt a+, a, a-; AM Best FSR A, A-; Fitch A+, A, A-;Rating Grade4: Standard & Poor's BBB+, BBB, BBB-; Moody's Baa1, Baa2, Baa3; AM Best Debt bbb+, bbb, bbb-; AM Best FSR B++, B+; Fitch BBB+, BBB, BBB-;Rating Grade5: Standard & Poor's BB+, BB, BB- ; Moody's Ba1, Ba2, Ba3; AM Best Debt bb+, bb, bb-; AM Best FSR B, B-; Fitch BB+, BB, BB-;Rating Grade6: Standard & Poor's B+, B, B- ; Moody's B1, B2, B3; AM Best Debt b+, b, b-; AM Best FSR C++, C+, C, C-; Fitch B+, B, B-;Rating Grade7: Standard & Poor's Below B-; Moody's Below B3; AM Best Debt Below b-; AM Best FSR Below C-; Fitch CCC or Below;Short-term ratings.Rating Grade1: Standard & Poor's A+, AM Best AMB-1+; Fitch F1+;Rating Grade2: Standard & Poor's A1; Moody's P1; AM Best AMB-1; Fitch F1;Rating Grade3: Standard & Poor's A2; Moody's P2; AM Best AMB-2; Fitch F2;Rating Grade4: Standard & Poor's A3; Moody's P3; AM Best AMB-3; Fitch F3;Rating Grade6: Standard & Poor's B; Moody's NP Vulnerable; AM Best AMB-4; Fitch B;Rating Grade7: Standard & Poor's C; Moody's NP Currently Vulnerable; Fitch C;
This rating categorises the credit ratings of the counterparty in relation to the investments of the reporting entity as determined by various rating agencies. Rating Grade1: Standard & Poor's AAA; Moody's Aaa; AM Best Debt aaa; Fitch AAA; Rating Grade2: Standard & Poor's AA+, AA, AA-; Moody's Aa1, Aa2, Aa3; AM Best Debt aa+, aa, aa-; Fitch AA+, AA, AA-; Rating Grade3: Standard & Poor's A+, A, A-; Moody's A1, A2, A3; AM Best Debt a+, a, a-; Fitch A+, A, A-; Rating Grade4: Standard & Poor's BBB+, BBB, BBB-; Moody's Baa1, Baa2, Baa3; AM Best Debt bbb+, bbb, bbb-; Fitch BBB+, BBB, BBB-; Rating Grade5: Standard & Poor's BB+, BB, BB- ; Moody's Ba1, Ba2, Ba3; AM Best Debt bb+, bb, bb-; Fitch BB+, BB, BB-; Rating Grade6: Standard & Poor's B+, B, B- ; Moody's B1, B2, B3; AM Best Debt b+, b, b-; Fitch B+, B, B-; Rating Grade7: Standard & Poor's CCC or below; Moody's Caa or below; AM Best Debt b or below; Fitch CCC or Below; unrated.
This dimension categorises reported information based on the type of relationship between two or more counterparties or based on the level of entity consolidation.
Identifies the particular role the counterparty plays in relation to the reported information.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of counterparty the entity has transacted with.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of policy coverage.
This dimension is used to categorise information reported according to the coverage proportion.
Classifies the reported data according to method by which the reporting party manages problems related to its credit exposure.
This dimension categorises investments of the entity according to the long-term and short-term credit rating grades of the counterparty as determined by various rating agencies. Long-term ratings: Rating Grade1: Standard & Poor's AAA, AA+, AA, AA-; Moody's Aaa, Aa1, Aa2, Aa3; Fitch AAA, AA+, AA, AA-. Rating Grade2: Standard & Poor's A+, A, A-; Moody's A1, A2, A3; Fitch A+, A, A-. Rating Grade3: Standard & Poor's BBB+, BBB, BBB-; Moody's Baa1, Baa2, Baa3; Fitch BBB+, BBB, BBB-. Rating Grade4: Standard & Poor's BB+, BB, BB-; Moody's Ba1, Ba2, Ba3; Fitch BB+, BB, BB-. Rating Grade5: Standard & Poor's B+, B, B-; Moody's B1, B2, B3; Fitch B+, B, B-. Rating Grade6: Standard & Poor's CCC+, CCC, CCC-, CC, C, D; Moody's Caa1, Caa2, Caa3, Ca, C; Fitch CCC+, CCC, CCC-, CC, C, D. Short-term ratings: Rating Grade1: Standard & Poor's A-1; Moody's P-1; Fitch F-1. Rating Grade2: Standard & Poor's A-2; Moody's P-2; Fitch F-2. Rating Grade3: Standard & Poor's A-3; Moody's P-3; Fitch F-3. Rating Grade4: Standard & Poor's Others; Moody's Others; Fitch Others;
This dimension categorises information reported for credit risk purposes, based on the prescribed classes of exposures, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension is used to categorise on-balance sheet assets and off-balance sheet business (both market-related and non-market-related transactions) according to certain risk categories to broadly reflect their credit risk profiles. These weightings are determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension is to allow currency or description to be entered OR both
This dimension identifies the nature of the date being reported.
This dimension categorises information reported in accordance to the debt claim hierarchy which effects the order in which creditors are paid out.
This dimension categorises the reported information according to the ratio of the credit limit of all debts held by the borrower, to the borrowers' gross income.
This dimension represents the types of default cover of bundled insurance where multiple types of insurance cover are provided under one premium.
This dimension categorises information reported under the delta-plus approach to measuring market risk, based on the impact (i.e. gamma or vega) calculated to form part of the capital charge for capital adequacy purposes, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of deposit account.
This dimension categorises the reported information by the deposit balance bands applicable to each respective deposit account.
The information reported shows the deposit protection the entity has.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to what is the type of derivative financial instrument exposure.
This dimension identifies what the derivative entitles you to do or obliges you to provide.
This dimension provides the description of the reported item.
This dimension provides the description of the activity fee.
This dimension provides the description of the administration fee.
This dimension provides the description of the fee rebate or discount applied.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of goods and/or services provided.
This information describes the other relationship types of expense transactions with associates.
This dimension provides the description of the source of payment.
This dimension provides the description of the other asset class reported.
This dimension provides the description of other reason reported.
This dimension identifies the accounting valuation scenario, in relation to provision for doubtful debts, under which the reported value was calculated.
This dimension categorises reported information in relation to the timeframe for which the drawer must provide notice to the drawee of it's intention to draw down from a facility, before the funds are advanced.
This dimension categorises information based on the applicable economy type.
The information reported classifies liquidity assets that are eligible under prudential criteria.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to transactions that must be removed to eliminate double counting.
This dimension classifies information based on the types of the employer sponsorship reported.
The information reported shows whether or not assets held are free from legal, regulatory, contractual or other restrictions on the ability of the entity to liquidate, sell, transfer, or assign an asset.
This dimension categorises the reported information by entitlements to discretionary additions. Discretionary addition means an amount added to a non-participating benefit, at the discretion of a life company, to reflect the investment experience of the assets backing the benefit, but excluding any guaranteed rate of addition also applicable to the benefit. For this definition an amount added to a benefit is defined to mean any change to the previously applying contractual conditions that is beneficial to the policy owner.
The information reported is categorised according to the number of companies that equities are held in.
This dimension is used to categorise information reported according to the event in which it relates.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the excess and co-payment amounts payable.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the amount of money a policy holder agrees to pay before private health insurance benefits are payable.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to whether a private health insurance policy has exclusions for certain types of hospital treatment.
This dimension represents the existence of Tax File Number (TFN).
This dimension is used to categorise exposures based on their assigned expected loss risk weighting, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension provides the description of expense reported.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of expense incurred.
This dimension provides the description of the type of exposure reported.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the classification of the exposure position.
This dimension categorises the reported information based on the method used in calculating the Fair Value Hierarchy, as determined in accordance with relevant accounting standards.
This dimension categorises the reported information based on the transfer in method used in calculating the Fair Value Hierarchy, as determined in accordance with relevant accounting standards.
This dimension represents the basis on which fees are calculated.
This dimension represents the basis on which fees are charged.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to types of fees charged to an entity.
Information in relation to the intended purpose that the finance will be used for.
This dimension categorises the information according to the deposit account status applied to Financial Claims Scheme accounts.
Types of Financial Claims Scheme accounts as prescribed by the Banking Act.
Deposit balances relating to the Financial Claims Scheme.
This dimension categorises the reported information according to AASB 139.
This dimension represents whether the status of information provided by the reporting entity has changed to a satisfactory financial position, has changed to an unsatisfactory financial position, or has changed to technically insolvent.
This dimension categorises information based on the type of debt security that provided fixed income.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the forecast period at each point of time in the future.
This categorises the place of issuance of the instrument used to raise funds.
The information reported relates to types of funding.
This categorises the information according to the number of monthly scheduled repayments that would be covered by the stock of accumulated excess repayments and balances in associated redraw and offset accounts.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to whether there is an agreement between a medical practitioner and an insurer, in relation to the benefit paid by the insurer relative to the fee charged by the medical practitioner.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the gender of an individual person.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the types of services covered under general treatment products.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the types of general treatment that does not include ambulance only.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of general treatment.
This dimension categorises the reported information according to the Global Industry Classification Standard that has been introduced by Standard and Poor's and Morgan Stanley Capital International, with the objective of facilitating a uniform classification of companies around the world according to the type of business operations performed.
This dimension identifies whether or not the item reported is net of goodwill, as defined in relevant accounting standards.
The information categories the haircut, by band, applied to the collateral. This is the difference between the market value of an asset and the purchase price paid at the start of a repo or reverse repo, or securities lending or securities borrowing transaction. It is expressed as the percentage deduction from the market value of collateral.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the types of benefits payable under a private health insurance policy.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the reporting health benefits fund as defined in the Private Health Insurance Act.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the different types of health related businesses.
This dimension categorises the reported information by the hedge fund asset class type. A hedge fund represents a collective investment that displays a combination of the following characteristics: (a) borrowing and leverage restrictions, which are typically included in collective-investment-schemes-related regulation, are not applied, may use high levels of leverage; (b) significant performance fees (often in the form of a percentage of profits) are paid to the manager in addition to an annual management fee; (c) investors are typically permitted to redeem their interests periodically (e.g. quarterly, semi-annually or annually); (d) significant 'own' funds are often invested by the managers; (e) derivatives are used, often for speculative purposes, and there is an ability to short sell securities; and (f) more diverse risks or complex underlying products are involved.
The purpose for which the transaction was made (i.e. for hedging purposes or profit-making purposes)
This dimension categorises the reported information based on the specific type of hedging applied. Hedging refers to transactions where the purpose is to offset the risk of changes in the fair value of cash flows of another contract.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of hospital treatment or hospital substitute treatment provided.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of hospital where the patient was treated.
This dimension categorises information reported under the internal ratings based approach to credit risk, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises information reported under the internal ratings-based (IRB) approach to credit risk, based on the loss given default category of an exposure, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension identifies the type of impairment
This dimension provides the description of income reported.
This dimension represents periods of income protection cover.
This dimension categorises reported information according to the residency of the institutional unit or the issuer of the financial instrument.
This dimension is used to categorise reported information based on insurance cover.
The information represents the type of insurance activity.
This dimension classifies the types of insurance arrangement by member coverage.
This dimension classifies assets according to whether or not they have been classified as backing insurance liabilities or not.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to whether or not the insurance business was placed directly by the reporting party.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the business locations determined in accordance with the relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises the reported information based on the methods used to calculate insurance concentration risk charge, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension is used to categorise reported insurance information in accordance with the nature of the insurance cover provided.
This dimension represents the types of insurance cover valuation basis.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the region of those entities that are members of a Level 2 insurance group (as determined in accordance with prudential standards) and are incorporated outside Australia. The region is defined according to the regions which most appropriately reflect the business and/or operational segments of the entity.
This dimension categorises the reported information based on the impacts arising from the application of certain insurance risk stresses.
This dimension represents the types of insurance.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type and number of people covered by a private heath insurance policy.
This dimension categorises information based on whether or not the financial product is interest bearing.
The information provided relates to the status of the interest payment.
This dimension categorises the reported information by the interest rate bands applicable to the individual accounts or products comprising it.
This dimension categorises information reported based on the method used to calculate the interest rate risk of a position for capital adequacy purposes, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
Information in relation to the interest rate type applicable to an interest-bearing agreement.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the channel or medium through which investments are made.
This dimension categorises information by the underlying investment class.
This dimension categorises the reported information by assets supporting investment linked liabilities, where the value of the policy liabilities moves in harmony with the value of the supporting assets.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the superannuation investment option type.
This information represents the unique identifier of the reserve investment option as determined by the RSE licensee.
This dimension categorises information reported based on the method which determines the details in which an investment is reported. I.e. Look-through or Non-look-through.
This dimension is used to categorise the reported information based on investment risk capital factors applicable to the underlying assets, as determined in accordance with prudential standards.
This dimension categorises information based on the applicable investment strategy type.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the applicable investment style type.
This dimension categorises information based on the country of investment vehicle domicile, which is where the investment vehicle was issued.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the investment vehicle type used.
This dimension categorises the reported information based on whether or not it invests in other investment vehicles.
This dimension categorises information according to the issuing counterparty.
This dimension is used to categorise reported information according to the jurisdictional reach to which that information relates.
This categorises the data according to the application of large exposure reporting obligations.
This categorises the data according to the reasons for the exposure being excluded from being reported as a large exposure in accordance with APS 221 Large Exposures.
The information is categorised according to the counterparty for large exposures.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the length of time of the treatment.
Represents the relevant level of management applicable to an investment portfolio.
This dimension identifies the accounting valuation scenario, in relation to deferred tax liabilities, under which the reported value was calculated.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the relative size of liabilities.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the business segments of the life companies and friendly societies. Life companies and friendly societies are required to segregate their business activities into that which is conducted for life insurance and that which is for internal operations of the company.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the age of an adult who takes out hospital cover.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to whether lifetime health cover loading is applied.
This dimension categorises reporting information according to the intended purpose of the financing agreement linked to a deposit account.
The information reported is categorised according to the liquid asset type used.
The information reported is categorised according to the measurement scenario of liquidity under which the reported value was calculated.
The information reported classifies liquidity assets that are exceptions to Prudential criteria.
This dimension categorises reported data for liquidity residual maturity buckets of balance sheet items based on contractual maturity and calculated in accordance with Prudential Standard APS 210 - Liquidity, Attachment C.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the risk types of deposit.
This dimension is used to categorise reported loan information according to the age of the loan.The age of a loan represents the length of time from the date of origination of the loan to the date of calculation.
This dimension categorises the reported information by the balance of the loan.
The information reported classifies loans according to specific characteristics.
This dimension is used to categorise reported loan information according to the classification of the loan, as determined in accordance with Prudential Standard GPS 116.
This dimension is used to categorise reported loan information according to the entity which has approved, advanced and funded the loan.
Information in relation to the intended purpose of the counterparty in regards to loan agreements entered into by the entity.
The information reported refers to the secondary classification of finance by intended use.
The information reported is categorised according to the loan repayment type.
The characteristic of whether or not assets have been pledged to secure the repayment of funds under a credit or other lending activity in the case of default by the borrower.
This dimension categorises the reported information according to the ratio of the credit limit of the loan to the borrower's gross income.
This dimension is used to categorise reported loan information according to the loan-to-valuation ratio (LVR) of the loan product at commitment.
This dimension is used to categorise reported loan information according to the loan-to-valuation ratio (LVR) of the loan product.
This dimension is used to categorise reported loan information according to the loan-to-valuation ratio (LVR) of the loan product with reference to the market value of the security.
A list that identifies loan types.
This dimension categorises information reported in relation to credit exposures, according to it's associated loss given default (LGD) band. LGD estimates are to be determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards. LT
The reported information relates to the type of collateral or guarantee that has the greatest monetary exposure.
The information reported is categorised according to the type of margin loan.
This dimension categorises information based on the type of the market exposure.
This dimension categorises information reported according to the nature of the market exposure of the underlying assets.
This dimension categorises information reported based on the market risk measurement method used to calculate capital charge for capital adequacy purposes, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises information reported based on the market risk method used to calculate capital charge for capital adequacy purposes, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises information reported based on the sub-portfolio and the presence of specific risk factors within the sub-portfolio, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises information reported based on the type of market risk (e.g. specific risk, general market risk) the reporting party is exposed to, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to materiality limits.
This dimension is used to categorise reported information by monetary value.
The dimension is used to categorise reported information according to the Economic or Property Downturn Year, as determined for Maximum Event Retention (MER) calculation purposes in accordance with Prudential Standard GPS116.
Represents the types of new member accounts and account closures with the reasons for member account movement.
This dimension identifies the current status of a member account.
This dimension represents the tax phase of a member account.
This dimension represents a segmentation of data based on the total liability for member benefits owing to defined contribution members and defined benefit members.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the types of movements in members' benefits liability.
This dimension categorises the reported information according to the type of accounting method employed to revalue the asset or liability.
The information reported reflects the minimum notice period a reporting entity must be given before it can be replaced.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to whether a MySuper interest is as a result of member investment choice or no member investment choice (default).
This dimension classifies information based on MySuper product type.
Name of the external core banking system.
The reported information relates to the name of the entity providing the collateral.
The reported information relates to the name of the entity providing the guarantee or letter of credit.
This dimension categorises the reported information by the extent/level of loss caused by a natural perils event.
This dimension categorises the reported information by the impact from the occurrence of multiple natural peril events of a certain size.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the nature of the relationship between the related party and the entity.
This dimension categorises information reported in relation to the nature of regulatory capital requirement, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension is used to segment data based on whether the information relates to new business written during the current reporting period or business that was in force at the start of the current reporting period.
This dimension represents the types of occupation coverage of insurance cover.
This dimension identifies the reported information with the operational classifications used by the reporting party to segment its business.
This dimension identifies the accounting valuation scenario, in relation to Operational Risk Financial Requirement, under which the reported value was calculated.
This is the legal name of the entity.
This dimension allows the organisation name, and where available the Australian Company Number (ACN), Australian Business Number (ABN) or an Australian Registered Body Number (ARBN) of the organisation. Organisation name refers to the registered business name of the organisation and is mandatory. The Australian Company Number (ACN) is to be reported where it exists. If no ACN exists the Australian Business Number (ABN) or an Australian Registered Body Number (ARBN) should be reported. Blank if none available.
This dimension allows either organisation name or ABN OR both to be used
This dimension allows the organisation name and group name, and where available the Australian Company Number (ACN), Australian Business Number (ABN) or an Australian Registered Business Number (ARBN) of the organisation. The Australian Company Number (ACN) is to be reported where it exists. If no ACN exists the Australian Business Number (ABN) or an Australian Registered Business Number (ARBN) should be reported. Blank if none available. Organisation name refers to the registered business name of the organisation. The group name refers to the registered business name of the group to which the organisation belongs to. If the organisation does not belong to a group, this is to be reported as organisation name.
This dimension allows organisation name and where available Australian Business Number (ABN) to be used.
This dimension allows organisation name and where available group name to be used.
This dimension is used to segment reported information according to original term to maturity.
The information reported is categorised according to the source of the financial instrument origination.
The description of the other amount(s).
This dimension identifies the 3 largest items included in the value reported against New Commitments for Other Industries on forms ARF391 and RRF 391 - i.e. the 3 industries that were not otherwise reported on these forms that contribute the greatest proportion of total fixed loans and revolving credit to the 'other' classification.The typed domain member used is to specify the purpose of the largest amounts which are reported.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of other financial asset.
This dimension is used to identify the 3 largest items included in the value reported against "Other New Commitments for Fixed Loans by Purpose" on ARF391 and RRF391 series of forms.The typed domain member used is to specify the purpose of the largest amounts which are reported.
Report the details of leases for the 3 ANZSIC industry classifications that contributed the greatest proportion to the value reported on ARF/RRF393 at item 29 - operating and finance leases for industries other than those described elsewhere on the form.The typed domain member used is to specify the ANZSIC industries of the largest amounts reported.
Report the details of leases for the 3 purposes that contributed the greatest proportion to the value reported on ARF/RRF393 at item 14 - operating and finance leases for purposes other than those described elsewhere on the form.The typed domain members are used is to specify the purpose of the largest amounts which are reported.
This dimension provides the description of the type of other relationship reported.
This dimension provides the description of the other reserves reported.
This dimension provides the description of the other roles reported.
The information classifies each transaction type outstanding.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of overseas cover.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of patient.
The information reported classifies data based on the payer of the item reported.
This dimension describes details of payments made to address the operational risk event, details the type of operational risk event.
This dimension categorises the types of pension benefits.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the time period within which it is expected to be effective.
Further qualifies the nature of the period when the periodicity is not enough
This is the unique identifier for the policy as used by the insurance intermediary.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the reasons for movement of policies or insured persons.
This dimension categorises reported information based on the policy transaction type.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of treatment covered by a private health insurance policy.
This dimension categorises the reported information according to the relevant years of the prescribed stress scenario, which is in the form of economic or property downturn. The probability of maximum loss allocations are based on the year in this downturn scenario.
This dimension categorises information based on the primary holding period type, which is the predominant approach to frequency of trading assets in the investment strategy.
This dimension categorises the reported information by the primary instrument type.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the national market in which the securities are listed. Where securities are listed in more than one market, the country of primary listing applies.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the trading strategy.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of treatment that a private hospital is licensed to provide.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the distribution of probabilistic outcomes.
This dimension is used to segment reported exposure information according to its associated probability of default (PD), as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.Where PDs are bucketed and there are multiple assigned PDs within a bucket, assign the exposure weighted average PD of the bucket.A PD of 100 per cent is to be assigned to all defaulted exposures.
This dimension segments reported information relating to credit exposures according to the associated probability of default (PD), as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.Where PDs are bucketed and there are multiple assigned PDs within a bucket, assign the exposure weighted average PD of the bucket.A PD of 100 per cent is to be assigned to all defaulted exposures.
This dimension categorises reported data according to predefined product groups.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the product name and product identifier.
The reported information relates to the name of the product.
The location of the property that funds are being used for.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the category of prosthesis as defined in the relevant Private Health Insurance (Prostheses) rules.
This dimension categorises reported information relating to purchased receivables based on the applicable type of risk the exposure is subject to.
This is a unique public identifier issued to Registrable Superannuation Entity (RSE) entities registered in the Australian Business Register (ABR), to be used in their dealings with government. Companies registered under the Corporations Law and business entities carrying on an enterprise in Australia are entitled to an Australian Business Number (ABN).
This dimension categorises information according to whether or not asset or liability that will be ranked at a different priority to other assets and liabilities.
This dimension classifies real estate property into various categories.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to reasons for movements in the balance sheet.
This dimension is used to categorise reported information according to the time period within which it is expected to be received.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of receivable.
The information reported classifies information based on the recipient of the item reported.
This dimension categorises the reported information by whether the loan is a recourse or non-recourse loan.
This dimension identifies the valuation scenario, in relation to recoveries, under which the reported value was calculated.
This dimension is used to identify the region used to determine the applicable component that produces the highest Insurance Concentration Risk Charge, determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises information reported for regulatory adjustment purposes relating to exposures to securitisation, as determined in accordance with Prudential Standard APS 120 Securitisation.
This dimension relates to the types of reinsurance classification.
This dimension identifies the valuation scenario, in relation to reinsurance expenses, under which the reported value was calculated.
This dimension specifies the valuation scenario, in relation to reinsurance, under which the reported value was calculated.
This dimension identifies the valuation scenario, in relation to expected reinsurance recoveries, under which the reported value was calculated.
This information represents the reinsurer identifier provided by Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA). If the reinsurer is not on APRA's reinsurer identifier list, report the reinsurer as 'unassigned'.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the reinvestment instrument type used.
This dimension is used to categorise reported information according to the related bank offices to which the data relates. The information reported represents the related bank office on an unconsolidated (stand-alone) basis.Related bank offices include a bank's branches, banking subsidiaries (e.g. deposit-taking companies in Hong Kong) and banking joint ventures. For the purposes of this form, consolidate branches by country of location. Do not consolidate separate legal entities (i.e. subsidiaries or banking joint ventures).
This dimension categorises reported information based on the relationship between related parties.
Report the name of related party. Related is defined in accordance with the relevant Australian accounting standards.
This dimension categorises the reported information based on whether or not it is Related To Reinsurance Recoverables From Non APRA Authorised Reinsurers.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the size of the fee charged relative to the Medicare benefit schedule fee.
The context that allows reported data to be categorised according to time durations relative to a particular date.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the remaining period of encumbrance.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the repurchase agreement (repo) remaining (residual) term to contractual maturity.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the entity's method of consolidation.
This dimension is used to report information based on an offset period relative to the reporting date.
This represents the location of the items being reported.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to where it is deemed to be in accordance with the requirements of the relevant standards.
This dimension refers to the number of times a balance will be shown consecutively at a reporting period, as per the relevant accounting standards.
This dimension is used to categorise information reported according to the remaining time in which the interest rates applying to portfolios (e.g. investments, loans, deposits & borrowings) are expected to reprice (i.e. term to next interest rate repricing/change). They do not indicate the residual term of the original maturity of the instrument itself, however the two may coincide (e.g. fixed rate items such as banks bills, term deposits, money market loans).
The information reported is categorised according to the residual term to maturity of the fixed interest rate period of the loan.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the residual term to maturity.
This dimension categorises information reported under the internal ratings based approach to credit risk, based on the prescribed retail exposure classes, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.An exposure is categorised as a retail exposure if it is extended to an individual (that is, a natural person) or individuals and is part of a large pool of exposures that are managed by the ADI on a pooled basis and is not margin lending.
The information reported shows each period for which the return must be calculated.
This dimension identifies information based on the risk charge type applied to the underlying adjustment.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to whether the benefit is eligible for inclusion in risk equalisation.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the risk equalisation jurisdiction.
This dimension categorises the reported information according to where items of income/expense are on risk, assets are invested and liabilities are located.
This dimension categorises the reported information according to where items of income/expense are on risk, assets are invested and liabilities are located by international regions.
This dimension categorises the reported information according to where items of income/expense are on risk, assets are invested and liabilities are located.
This dimension relates to the risk margin as determined by the relevant prudential standards.
This dimension classifies the reported information by relevant risk requirement types.
This dimension categorises information reported regarding risk-weights for residential mortgages in accordance with Prudential Standard APS 112 - Capital Adequacy: Standardised Approach to Credit Risk, Attachment D Residential mortgages.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the role of an entity associated with the reported information.
The information reported categorises the percentage run off rate in accordance with the Basel III liquidity reform and the relevant prudential standards where supervisor discretion is allowed.
This dimension categorises information reported for credit risk purposes relating to credit exposures to securitisation, based on the various securitisation approaches, as determined in accordance with Prudential Standard APS 120 Securitisation.
The reported data is categorised according to the types of securitised assets.
The information categories securitised exposures according to the type of facility.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the securitisation prudential treatment types.
This dimension categorises reported information based on the type of securitisation exposure and its associated risk category, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards. Exposures can only be recorded as being within the category of non-securitisation, securitisation, re-securitisation or correlation trading portfolio.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the accounting treatment of securitisations.
The information reported classifies the method to which securities are acquired.
This dimension categorises information according to whether or not arrangements are in place to secure the repayment of amounts due or payable in relation to the reported information.
The information reported is categorised according to the relative size of the exposure based on the share of market capitalisation in each company.
The information reported is categorised according to the relative size of the exposure based on the value of the equities held as security.
This dimension is used to categorise information reported regarding securities, based on the issuing counterparty type.
This dimension categorises information reported in relation to securities held, based on the reporting entity's relationship to the issuing counterparty.
The information reported is categorised according to the classification of securities according to their original maturity profile.
This dimension is used to segment data based on the categories in the asset exposure tables contained in the prudential standards.
The name of the structure established for the purpose of undertaking a self-securitisation.
This dimension classifies information by the type of service provider applicable.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to whether or not the service was provided by an external party.
This is the legal name of the shareholder (persons including corporations).
This dimension categorises the information in relation to the turnover of the business and the counterparty exposure size.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the currency in which the transactions were originally denominated.
This dimension identifies the source of relevant transfer.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the different types of sources of revenue.
This dimension categorises information reported according to the type of Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) or Scheme for which the data relates.
This dimension categorises information reported based on the specialised lending methods defined under the Internal Ratings-based approach to credit risk, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the speciality groupings as described in the Medicare Benefits Schedule book.
This dimension is used to categorise information reported in relation to exposures subject to specific risk factors, based on the applicable specific risk categories, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.Specific risk represents the risk that the value of a security will change due to issuer-specific factors.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the specific risk weights, as determined in accordance with prudential standards. Specific risk represents the risk that the value of a security will change due to issuer-specific factors.
The information provided relates to the various steps in the provision of finance.
This dimension categorises the reported information according to the Standard Economic Sector Classifications of Australia (SESCA).
This dimension is used to segment data based on the type of interest in the statutory fund
The information reported shows whether a notice period deposit has been called upon.
This dimension identifies the current status of a service provider.
This dimension is used to represent the relevant stress testing scenario to which a change in the current credit spread is applied to the calculation of the reported information.
This dimension is used to represent the relevant stress testing scenario to which a change in implied volatility is applied to the calculation of the reported information.
This dimension is used to represent the relevant stress testing scenario to which the reported information is based upon.
This dimension is used to represent the stress testing scenario in which there has been a change in yield applied to the reported information.
This is the relevant product groups that have been defined at a sub-categorical level compared to the APRA product groups within the relevant prudential standards.
This dimension classifies the reported information by the characteristics of superannuation business.
This dimension classifies information based on the members' interest type.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the superannuation investment product type.
This dimension identifies the relevant superannuation reporting levels applicable. The reporting levels are defined as per the Superannuation Reporting Standards which can be found at https://www.apra.gov.au/superannuation-standards-and-guidance
This information represents the type of superannuation schemes.
This dimension categorises information reported in relation to credit exposures, based on internal rating grades and associated prescribed supervisory slotting categories.These categories are used for capital adequacy purposes and are to be determined under the internal ratings-based supervisory slotting approach to credit risk, in accordance with relevant prudential standards.Each slotting category is associated with a specific risk-weight for unexpected losses that broadly corresponds to a range of external credit assessments.
The categories of tax obligation imposed by government.
This dimension is used to categorise reported information in relation to positions with a coupon rate, according to the relevant duration of the instrument, as represented by time bands.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the channel by which the transaction was made.
The information reports the characteristics of a transaction.
The description of the transaction.
The intent of the transaction being entered into by the reporting entity.
This dimension categorises transactions based on their agreement terms.
This dimension relates to which position of a financial transaction the reporting entity has entered into.
This dimension identifies the original reason or purpose that caused the transaction to occur.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of transitional arrangement that is applicable.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the type of treatment services provided.
This dimension identifies details related to charges and encumbrances granted over the assets of the reporting party.
The reported information relates to the type of collateral provided to the reporting entity.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the characteristics of the deposit.
The information reported is categorised according to what type of funding arrangement has been entered into either committed or uncommitted.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the types of related business.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the types of Chronic Disease Management Programs.
This dimension categorises information reported according to the type of collateral offered.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the different types of expenses.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to types of liabilities.
This dimension represents the types of switching activity of member interests.
This dimension categorises the reported information by the country of residence of the counterparty that bears the ultimate risk - e.g. guarantor or security/collateral provider.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the relative size of the uncompensated loss exposure.
This dimension categorises information according to the quality of an asset that is connected to the concept being reported, not the concept itself.
This dimension allows organisation name and where available Australian Business Number (ABN) of underlying investment to be used.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to the underlying investment vehicle type used.
This dimension is used to categorise reported insurance information based on the underwriting year to which the data relates.Underwriting year refers to the financial year of the insurer in which the insurance policy incepts, regardless of when the premiums and claims are actually reported, booked or paid. For example, the 2005 underwriting year for an insurer with a 30 June balance date includes premiums and claims (both paid and outstanding) attaching to policies incepting in the period 1 July 2005 to 30 June 2006. For an insurer with a 31 December balance date, the 2005 underwriting year includes premiums and claims (both paid and outstanding) attaching to policies incepting in the period 1 January 2005 to 31 December 2005.
This dimension categorises the reported data according to unearned premium and unexpired risk liability type.
This dimension is used to categorise exposures based on their assigned unexpected loss risk weighting, as determined in accordance with relevant prudential standards.
This information categorises the value of finance at commitment at the facility level into pre-set dollar bands. The value at commitment includes the entire value of the commitment in the reporting period in which it is funded, not just the amount drawn.
This dimension represents the types of waiting period of insurance cover.
This dimension specifies whether or not actuarial services were used by the reporting party in the preparation of the reported information.
This dimension is used to categorise reported loan information according to the calculated weighted average age of the loan.The age of a loan represents the length of time from the date of origination of the loan to the date of calculation.
This dimension is used to categorise reported loan information according to the calculated weighted average loan-to-valuation ratio of the loan product.Loan-to-Valuation Ratio (LVR) represents the ratio of the amount of the loan to the value of the secured asset(s), as at the date of origination of the loan.
This dimension represents member accounts that do not have insurance coverage.