Commonwealth Bank of Australia confirmed it will implement all the recommendations contained in the Report of the Prudential Inquiry released this morning by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
CBA Chairman Catherine Livingstone said: “Addressing the findings of the Report is a key focus for the Board and management to ensure that our governance, culture and accountability frameworks and practices are significantly improved and meet the high standards expected of us.
“Changes have been underway throughout 2017 at Board and operational levels, and have continued this year, helping to rebuild customer and community trust. This includes the process of Board renewal. Together they represent a significant change program and the APRA Report provides us with a clear roadmap for the hard work still ahead of us.
“The Board will now oversee a comprehensive response to APRA, using the Report to assess the adequacy of steps already underway, and to address the additional improvements needed to implement all its recommendations. We will also appoint an agreed, independent reviewer to report to APRA on our progress.
“We understand the scale of change which is necessary and its seriousness in order for us to become a better, stronger bank for our customers, staff, regulators and shareholders.”
CBA Chief Executive Officer Matt Comyn said: “We have embraced the Report as a critical but fair assessment of the issues facing us and we will act on its recommendations, and the requirements of the Enforceable Undertaking, in an open, transparent and timely way.
“Our current change priorities are consistent with the Report’s recommendations. We now have a detailed roadmap for ongoing change and we will work with APRA to ensure we implement all of the Report’s 35 recommendations.”
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