In considering whether to issue a Direction, the criteria taken into consideration by the CBB include the following:
(a) The seriousness of the actual or potential contravention, in relation to the requirement(s) concerned and the risks posed to
customers, market participants and other stakeholders ;
(b) In the case of an actual contravention, its duration and/or frequency of the contravention; the extent to which it reflects more widespread weaknesses in controls and/or management; and the extent to which it was attributable to deliberate or reckless behaviour; and
(c) The extent to which the CBB's supervisory objectives would be better served by issuance of a Direction as opposed to another type of regulatory action.