Organisation

Centre for International Finance and Regulation

Acronym
CIFR
Description

The Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR) was a Centre of Excellence in operation from 2011-2016 to address fundamental issues affecting the Australian financial industry. Now closed, the Centre's output of 148 papers are all available on APO in the Centre for International Finance and Regulation Archive Collection

Items authored

Report

9 Dec 2016

CIFR’s mission has been to promote the vibrancy, resilience and integrity of the Australian financial system through research, education and engagement.

Between 2012 and 2016 CIFR funded and facilitated the completion of 73 research projects addressing important issues impacting the Australian financial system across...

Submission

31 Aug 2016

Comments on Draft Report: “How to Assess the Competitiveness and Efficiency of the Superannuation System” The Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR) welcomes the opportunity to provide further input to the Productivity Commission (PC) during Stage 1 of its investigation into the efficiency and...

Interview

14 Aug 2016

Australia’s ‘two strikes’ rule empowers shareholders to vote on a board spill if the compensation report of a public company receives 25% or more dissenting votes for two consecutive years. ‘Say on pay’ legislation has been introduced in several countries but Australia’s version is unique...

Video

4 Aug 2016

Professor Yermack said that the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) is presently studying whether to convert the exchange to blockchain technology. The aim is to reach a decision in 2017, with the hope of implementation by 2018. If the ASX adopts a blockchain mechanism for...

Submission

8 Jul 2016

CIFR congratulates the Federal Government on initiating the Productivity Commission inquiry into the availability and use of public and private sector data by individuals and organisations in Australia. CIFR’s submission is authored by Dr Kingsley Jones, a CIFR Research Fellow, and an expert in this...

Items published

Conference paper

19 Dec 2016

Abstract

This study compares the effect of the introduction and removal of the Australian Government Wholesale Funding Guarantee Scheme (WGS) on the funding costs and risk taking incentives of authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs). This government guarantee was introduced in the height of the...

Report

9 Dec 2016

CIFR’s mission has been to promote the vibrancy, resilience and integrity of the Australian financial system through research, education and engagement.

Between 2012 and 2016 CIFR funded and facilitated the completion of 73 research projects addressing important issues impacting the Australian financial system across...

Report

30 Nov 2016

This monograph provides a detailed summary of how Australian firms report their financial performance. While applicable standards within Generally Accepted Accounting principles (GAAP) have increasingly restricted the ability to exclude certain components from the calculation of periodic income, we observe a consistent growth in the...

Working paper

30 Oct 2016

The management of capacity is considered from the perspective of institutional asset owners. How capacity differs across asset classes is outlined. Investment strategies that offer greater capacity are identified. A discussion of capacity management for multi-asset portfolios highlights how asset owners should manage investments according...

Submission

26 Oct 2016

The Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR) welcomes the opportunity to provide input to the Productivity Commission inquiry into alternative default models for the superannuation industry. This submission makes a few points, but they are vital:

1. The entity that has the responsibility...

Items authored

12

Items published/produced

150

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