Definition of APRA:
The Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority is the regulator of Australia's financial services industry. He oversees insurance companies and other financial services companies such as banks, life insurance and pension funds. It regulates these companies to manage their risks so that they can settle the claims of the policyholders and minimize the possibility of financial loss. More information is available at www.apra.gov.au.
Meanings of APRA
Summary of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
Sentences of APRA
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