Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation (ARPC) produces an Annual Report which provides a detailed update of ARPC's performance, including achievements, performance measures, and financial statements. See the Annual Report page on this website for more information.
ARPC produces an annual Corporate Plan which sets our purpose, mission, operating context, and key activities. See the Corporate Plans page on this website for more information.
Australian Government Transparency Portal
The Transparency Portal is the central repository and data store of publicly available corporate information for all Commonwealth entities.
As a Corporate Commonwealth entity, ARPC is required to report to Parliament under the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (PGPA Act). After tabling in the Parliament, these reports are made available on the Transparency Portal.
The Senate Order on Entity Contracts (also known as the Murray Motion) requires agencies subject to the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (PGPA Act) to make available on the internet a list of contracts $100,000 (GST inclusive) or more, which are current or entered into during the previous 12 months.
- 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2022 [PDF 210KB]
- 1 January 2021 to 31 December 2021 [PDF 127KB]
- 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2021 [PDF 137KB]
Indexed Lists of Departmental and Agency Files
The Senate Order on Indexed Lists of Departmental and Agency Files (also known as the Harradine Report) requires ARPC to make available on the internet an indexed list of the titles of all policy files created in the organisation every six months.
The Terrorism and Cyclone Insurance Act 2003 (TCI Act) allows the Minister to give directions to ARPC, via notifiable instruments, in relation to the performance of its functions and powers. The directions that may be given include:
- Directions to pay money to the Commonwealth
- Directions to enter into contracts to borrow money from the Commonwealth
- Directions to enter into contracts to borrow money from persons other than the Commonwealth
- Directions to set premiums to be charged by ARPC in respect to contracts of insurance (Terrorism only)
- Directions in relation to risk that is to be retained by reinsurers under contracts of reinsurance.
The most recent Ministerial Directions given to ARPC are:
- Terrorism Insurance (Payments) Direction (No. 1) 2022 [PDF 490KB]
- Terrorism Insurance (Payments) Direction (No. 1) 2020 [PDF 716KB]
View previous Ministerial Directions