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APRA's Governance

APRA is governed by an executive group of APRA Members (Executive Board) who are collectively responsible and accountable for APRA’s operation and performance. APRA Members are appointed by the Governor-General, on the advice of the Australian Government, for terms of up to five years. Biographies for APRA’s four Members are included below.

The Executive Board is supported by six Executive Directors and seven governance committees, including the Audit and Risk Committee, which is chaired by one of two independent committee members. Details on APRA’s governance and executive accountabilities, including individual accountability statements for each senior executive, were published in December 2019.1

Footnotes

  1. See https://www.apra.gov.au/governance-and-senior-executive-accountabilities