Reserve Bank of Australia Review releases Issues Paper and calls for Public Submissions
The Review of the Reserve Bank of Australia today released an Issues Paper which poses key questions about the Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) monetary policy objectives, performance, governance and culture.
Interested organisations and individuals are invited to make submissions for consideration by the Review.
The Review Panel – comprising Renée Fry‑McKibbin, Carolyn Wilkins and Gordon de Brouwer – is seeking views from people across Australia and abroad on the questions posed within the Issues Paper, and anything else that is relevant to the Review’s Terms of Reference.
Panel Member, Carolyn Wilkins said the opening of public submissions marked an important opportunity to hear from the Australian public as well as experts.
“Australia’s monetary policy arrangements and the work of the RBA impact the economic prosperity of all Australians.
“The public submissions process provides everyone with an interest in the Review the chance to share their views with us.
“We are keen to hear from a wide range of people so we can consider the issues from all perspectives,” Ms Wilkins said.
The Review Panel will take the opportunity later this year to reflect what it has heard through the consultation process back to the Australian community, before finalising its recommendations to Government. The Panel’s final report is due by March 2023.