Over the past 12 months the Australian financial services sector has experienced remarkable change. From responding to a pandemic, to the election of a new government, the sector has continued a steady influx of regulatory change despite several societal local and global impacts. Operating amongst the changing landscape has been the Financial Accountability Regime (the ‘FAR’) Bill. Originally introduced in October 2021, the FAR Bill has undergone an unusually long consultation due to a referral to the Senate Economics Legislation Committee for scrutiny, a dissolution of government, and most recently the adjournment of parliament upon the Queen’s passing. Despite these delays however, earlier this month the government (re)introduced the Financial Accountability Regime Bill 2022 (the ‘Bill’) and accompanying Financial Accountability Regime Minister Rules 2022 (the ‘Minister Rules’), to get the Bill back on track for assent and, ultimately, go-live.