The Issues Paper expands on the Terms of Reference. It provides more detailed background and sets out some key questions the Review Panel is considering.
You can submit responses to this consultation up until 31 October 2022.
Submissions may be lodged online, online lodgement is preferred, or by post. For accessibility reasons, please submit responses in a Word or RTF format. An additional PDF version may also be submitted.
Online - preferred method
Email or Post – details to provide
- If submitting by email or post, please provide your full name, email address and name of organisation (if you are submitting on behalf of an organisation).
- Please provide a short (100 word or less) summary outlining the key elements of your submission.
Please indicate which themes your submission covers from:
- Monetary policy frameworks
- Interaction of monetary, fiscal and macroprudential policy
- RBA performance
- RBA communications
- Governance including Board composition
- Culture, management and recruitment
- Other (please specify)
- Please state clearly at the front of the document if the submission is confidential or if you are submitting anonymously.
- Please ensure you have read the submission guidelines.
PARKES ACT 2600
All information (including name and address details) contained in submissions will be made available to the public on the RBA Review website unless you indicate that you would like all or part of your submission to remain in confidence. Respondents who would like only part of their submission to remain in confidence should submit the confidential component in a separate document. Automatically generated confidentiality statements in emails do not suffice for these purposes.
Recognising that former RBA Board Members and Staff may have confidential information that is relevant to the work of the Review, the RBA has provided an authority for former Board Members and Staff to disclose relevant information to the Review. The Bank will inform current staff directly about arrangements for them to disclose relevant information to the Review.
Please also note that any submission provided to the RBA Review may be the subject of a request under the federal Freedom of Information Act 1982. Any request for access to or a copy of a confidential submission is determined in accordance with that Act, which has provisions designed to protect sensitive information given in confidence. The Act includes various exemptions for documents such as: documents provided in confidence (e.g. confidential submissions) and personal information. Any FOI application that relates to personal information or confidential submissions will be processed in accordance with these exemptions.
View our submission guidelines for further information.