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APRA has long been recognized as a leader in the supervision of culture in the financial services industry. Wayne Byres, who served as the body’s chair until he stepped down in October 2022, was a key force behind these efforts.1 In this section, we will review some of APRA’s major priorities over the past year, before delving deeper into how its risk culture supervision has evolved. [Read Wayne Byres' Article from Our 2022 Compendium]

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