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The Regulator Performance Framework

Each year, AUSTRAC is required to assess and report on its regulatory performance as part of the Australian Government’s Regulator Performance Framework. The AUSTRAC Regulator Performance Framework report for 2019-20 details our efforts over 2019-20 to support reporting entities while working with industry and partner agencies to build a financial system free from criminal abuse. We remain committed to improving our regulatory frameworks and our approach to regulation in response to the changing environment in which we operate. In 2020, this included being responsive to the needs of reporting entities and the provision of regulatory relief to industry to support them in managing COVID-19-related challenges.   

The Regulator Performance Framework was implemented by the Government in 2014 to drive the reduction of unnecessary or inefficient regulatory burden on individuals, business and community organisations.

AUSTRAC's 2019-20 self-assessment

AUSTRAC's 2018-19 self-assessment

AUSTRAC's 2017-18 self-assessment

AUSTRAC’s 2016-17 self-assessment

AUSTRAC's 2015-16 self-assessment

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Last updated: 10 May 2021
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