On 1 August 2017, the Australian Bankers’ Association Inc (ABA) applied to revoke the previous Authorisation (A91312) and substitute a new, effectively similar authorisation in place. The ABA sought authorisation for a group of banks (12 in total) and 1 ATM deployer to continue to provide fee-free access to ATM services in very remote indigenous communities.
On 26 October 2017, the ACCC released a draft determination proposing to grant authorisation and also granted interim authorisation to allow the parties to continue to provide fee-free access to ATM services after the expiry of the previous authorisation.
On 21 December 2017, the ACCC granted authorisation to the ABA for ten years until 12 January 2028.
|Draft Determination and Interim Authorisation Decision ( PDF 507.27 KB )||26 Oct 2017|
|Final Determination ( PDF 518.92 KB )||21 Dec 2017|
|ACCC to Interested Parties re Draft Determination and Interim Authorisation Decision ( PDF 154.18 KB )||26 Oct 2017|
|ACCC to Applicant re Draft Determination and Interim Authorisation Decision ( PDF 153.87 KB )||26 Oct 2017|
|ACCC to Applicant re Final Determination ( PDF 173.59 KB )||21 Dec 2017|
|ACCC to Interested Parties re Final Determination ( PDF 172.29 KB )||21 Dec 2017|
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