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The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has hinted that its plan for the forthcoming Australian loss-absorbing capacity (ALAC) regime to be funded predominantly via tier-two instruments may not be set in stone. It remains unclear what shape the final regime will take, but more options now appear to be on the table than first thought.

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